Europe’s financial predicament for the past couple of years seems to be correcting itself. But what does this mean for owners of hotels, and more importantly potential owners of hotels?
What are the components of a new development that will ensure financing? And what type of owner is emerging following the financial crisis of 2008? The hospitality industry always provides an opportunity to do a deal due to its global ubiquitous nature. Tourism isn’t a dying industry.
In this week’s briefing we hear from key experts on the changing nature of hotel owners and where the new opportunities lie. Including comment from:
- Frank Croston, Owner at Hamilton Hotel Partners on the revolving door of ownership being seen.
- Timothy Lloyd-Hughes of Deutsche Bank on which projects get the funding needed.
- Clive Hillier, CEO of Vision Hospitality Asset Management, on where he believes the opportunities lie.
- And Nick van Marken, of Deloitte on the need for cash in deal-making, now more than ever.
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Video clips produced by ybc.hpgcms.wpengine.com for the Hospitality Channel, including interviews from industry conferences such as the most recent IHIF conference as well as specific Hospitality Channel shoots.