As the market for deals is still stuttering to start, hoteliers are looking for alternative avenues to do deals. Where there is over-supply and low room rates consolidation seems like the logical step. But what does this mean in real terms? and when will we see consolidation come to the market in a serious way?
In this briefing we hear from key industry experts about understanding where the future lies for hotel deal-making. Including comment from:
- Nick van Marken, of Deloitte LLP on banks and hotels consolidating their positions.
- Sir Nigel Knowles, co-Global CEO of DLA Piper, on factors delaying consolidation in the hospitality industry.
- Andrew Sangster, Editor of Hotel Analyst, on after the economic dust has settled, what happens now?.
- And Timothy Lloyd Hughes of Deutsche Bank on hoteliers adding value to current assets.
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