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the Money®: Hotel Financing Renaissance is Underway!
and the Global Hospitality Group®,
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Debt and equity financing for hotels is back! Hotel transactions are rolling again!
And the Global Hospitality Group® of Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell LLP (JMBM) has announced the 2011 Meet the Money® hotel finance conference to explore the latest opportunities in the capital stack with "Bridging the Gap and Facilitating the Flow of Capital."
We hope you can join us May 2-4, 2011, at the Sheraton Gateway in Los Angeles for this important conference. Here is how to get all the information on time, place, program, speakers, and registration information. It is time to sign up now.
the Money® hotel finance Conference:
May 2-4, 2011, at Sheraton Gateway in Los Angeles
Debt and equity financing for hotels is back! Hotel transactions are rolling again. And the Global Hospitality Group® of Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell LLP (JMBM) has announced the 2011 Meet the Money® hotel finance conference to explore the latest opportunities in the capital stack with "Bridging the Gap and Facilitating the Flow of Capital."
Because the investment community is showing keen interest in the hotel sector and the transactional pace is picking up quickly, this will be a very upbeat conference this year. Our 'Bridging the Gap' theme deals with the critical issues that hotel owners and investors are facing in today's financial environment: narrowing the difference between sellers' ask price and buyers' bid price, finding missing pieces of the capital stack to meet the agreed-upon price or value, and structuring deals so owners, buyers, and lenders can all benefit.
Dozens of industry experts at Meet the Money® will participate on panels that include:
As hospitality sector fundamentals continue to improve, hotel investors are actively pursuing deals. Smart industry players have found creative ways to unlock value in hotel assets and get deals done. Meet the Money® will help owners, investors, developers and capital providers understand the new investment reality and its risks and rewards.
Please join me at Meet the Money® in Los Angeles, May 2-4, 2011!
To reigster and find out more about Meet the Money®
The conference registration fee is $950. For more information about the conference, registration or to become a Meet the Money® sponsor, please visit www.MeetTheMoney.com or contact Diane Phillips at [email protected] or 310.785.5320.
Our Perspective. We represent hotel lenders, owners and investors. We have helped our clients find business and legal solutions for more than $60 billion of hotel transactions, involving more than 1,000 properties all over the world. For more information, please contact Jim Butler at [email protected] or 310.201.3526.
Jim Butler is a founding partner of JMBM and Chairman of its Global Hospitality Group®. Jim is one of the top hospitality attorneys in the world. GOOGLE "hotel lawyer" and you will see why.
JMBM's troubled asset team has handled more than 1,000 receiverships and many complex insolvency issues. But Jim and his team are more than "just" great hotel lawyers. They are also hospitality consultants and business advisors. For example, they have developed some unique proprietary approaches to unlock value in underwater hotels that can benefit lenders, borrowers and investors. (GOOGLE "JMBM SAVE program".)
Whether it is a troubled investment or new transaction, JMBM's Global Hospitality Group® creates legal and business solutions for hotel owners and lenders. They are deal makers. They can help find the right operator or capital provider. They know who to call and how to reach them.
JMBM’s Global Hospitality Group®
The hotel lawyers in the Global Hospitality Group® of Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell (JMBM) comprise the premier hospitality practice in a full-service law firm and are the authors of the Hotel Law Blog. We represent hotel owners, developers, investors and lenders and have helped our clients find business and legal solutions for more than $60 billion of hotel transactions, involving more than 1,000 properties worldwide. For more information about the Global Hospitality Group®, go to www.HotelLawBlog.com. For more information about full range of legal services provided by JMBM, go to www.JMBM.com.
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