Briefing: defining a good deal
Following on from last week’s briefing where we looked at the complexities surrounding hotel deals, this week we’re examining the importance of constructing successful deals. Learning from experience can often unlock the ideas and impetus needed.
This briefing includes comment from financiers and hoteliers alike on what they believe defines a good deal. Interviews this week include those with:
- Timothy Lloyd-Hughes, of Deutsche Bank on which projects will get the debt and equity.
- Simon Vincent, of Hilton Worldwide on what they look for in a deal.
- Mark Wynne-Smith, Global CEO of Jones Lang LaSalle Hotels, on the confidence seen in the deal-making market.
- And Kingsley Seeveratnam, of Westmont Hospitality Group on what he believes defines a good deal.
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