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Luis de la Prida is a Managing Partner and Principal of The NYBB Group and NYBB Commercial Real Estate, Inc. He works closely with clients looking for an intermediary to represent them in the purchase or sale of a business or real estate. Luis’ clients include entrepreneurs, private equity groups and other financial sponsors, and lower middle-market companies with annual revenues of $5 million to $50 million. Luis represents clients across all industries, with specialties in healthcare and business services.
Luis is a Certified Merger & Acquisition Advisor (CMAA) with over 25 years of successful experience advising middle market businesses and Fortune 500 companies. Luis previously founded successful management consulting and financial advisory and insurance businesses. He also spent nearly a decade on Wall Street, where he gained valuable international experience in various financial roles at J.P. Morgan and Credit Suisse First Boston.
As a former Chief Operating Officer of a medical practice, Luis also presided over a multi-million-dollar operating budget and helped acquire seven medical practices. He launched several organic initiatives that transformed the practice into a large multi-specialty medical group focused on primary care, urgent care, cardiology, neurology, and home care. Throughout his career, Luis has worked on M&A transactions of ambulatory (medical, dental, physical therapy) services, behavioral health, emergency medicine, home health, and durable medical equipment.
Luis is a national presenter and author on matters of mergers and acquisitions. His presentations and articles have been featured in Becker’s Hospital Review, Irving Levin Associates (healthcaremanda.com), Fierce Healthcare, and Rehab Management Magazine, among others.
Luis founded the Long Island Chapter of the Alliance of Merger and Acquisition Advisors and serves as its co-chairman. He is also a member of the Healthcare Financial Management Association and serves on the Education Committee of the Urgent Care Association of America. He earned his MBA from New York University, where he majored in Finance and Accounting. He has an undergraduate degree in Economics and Political Science from Fordham University.