SOURCE: London & Pacific Healthcare, Inc.

November 19, 2008 07:00 ET

London and Pacific Healthcare Expands Through Healthcare Broker Acquisition

EL SEGUNDO, CA--(Marketwire - November 19, 2008) - London & Pacific Healthcare, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: LDPH) (FRANKFURT: EGU) ("London & Pacific," the "Company"), the healthcare development specialist, today announced that its acquisition of London & Pacific Capital Advisors, LLC ("LPCA") has been approved by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), effective July 15, 2008.

Southern California-based LPCA provides the Company with enhanced expertise that expands its broad range of institutional corporate finance advisory services to the healthcare market to include: mergers and acquisitions, issuance of equity, general capital raising, financial restructuring and recapitalization and strategic corporate finance advisory services. LPCA is a member of FINRA.

Eric J.Weissman, President of LPCA, will remain in his position and will take on additional responsibilities with respect to the overall expansion and development of the Company.

Stuart Bruck, Executive Chairman of London & Pacific, stated, "This acquisition is a key component to the strategic plan of the Company that will enable us to further broaden our services and capabilities to clients within the US healthcare market. Eric Weissman and his team will be at the center of our growth in revenue and profitability into the future."

With offices in Los Angeles, London and Mumbai, London & Pacific Healthcare, Inc. is a specialist in the development and management of healthcare companies and organizations, worldwide. The Company website:

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