Who Will You See at Meet the Money?
April 19, 2018 1:09pm
By Jim Butler and the Global Hospitality Group®
Hotel Lawyers | Authors of www.HotelLawBlog.com
18 April 2018 - It’s almost May, so our annual Meet the Money® Conference is almost here! JMBM’s Global Hospitality Group® will host the 28th year of our national hotel finance and investment conference May 7-9, 2018 at the Hyatt Regency LAX.
This must-attend event gives you access to plenty of efficient networking and the latest insights into industry trends and strategies.
The industry’s top hotel owners, developers, operators, brands, investors, lenders, and other capital providers come together every year at Meet the Money to share their expertise and explore opportunities. Our friendly environment makes it easy and comfortable to connect and negotiate deals.
We’re proud to have the participation of distinguished and knowledgeable speakers and sponsors from over 70 of the hotel industry’s top capital sources, brands, investors, developers, and consultants.
They’ll be offering their expertise on this year’s panel discussions and special presentations, including:
If you’re seeking private equity for a project, don’t miss our special Monday afternoon session, Meet the Equity: A Private Equity Strategies Workshop. This dynamic discussion of the most effective practices for raising equity in hotel acquisitions and developments will take place on Monday afternoon, May 7. Jonathan Falik of JF Capital Advisors and Guy Maisnik, Vice Chair of JMBM’s Global Hospitality Group will lead a panel of private equity experts in a seminar on how they evaluate requests for capital and what makes certain deals attractive to them. This workshop is free for all registered for the conference.
Who will you meet this year, and how might that impact your upcoming deals and projects? Join us at Meet the Money® 2018 and expand your network and your horizons for 2018 and beyond. Register today to secure your spot!
Who’s coming to Meet the Money 2018?
A&B Hotel Management Investment
Amber Hotel Company
Anderson Hospitality Consultants
Apple Hospitality REIT
Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.
Ashford Hospitality Prime
Baker Tilly Capital
Bank of the Ozarks
Bergstrom Capital Advisors
BMO Harris Bank
Canyon Partners Real Estate
Chicago Title Company
City National Rochdale
CMB Regional Centers
Commonwealth Land Title Company
Condor Hospitality Trust
Connolly Hospitality Advisors
Davis Hotel Capital
East West Bank
Equis Hospitality Management
Fidelity National Title
FRB Realty Capital
Global Hotel Network
Hall Structured Finance
Harvest Miami Real Estate Group
HEI Hotels & Resorts
Hodges Ward Elliott
Hospitality Unlimited Investments
HSBC – North America
Hyatt Hotels Corporation
Innsight Hotel Management Group
Interstate Hotels & Resorts
Jameson and Company
JF Capital Advisors
JMB Financial Advisors
KHP Capital Partners
Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants
LaSalle Nova Capital Markets of Chicago
Live Oak Bank
The Lodging Conference
Lodging Development Group
Lowe Enterprises Investors
LW Hospitality Advisors
Manhattan Hospitality Advisors
Marcus Hotels & Resorts
Miller Law Group
NEBO Hotel Finance
Neil Locke & Associates
Noble Investment Group
Northern Arizona University
Pacific Street Capital
Partner Engineering and Science
Perez & Rodriguez
Pinnacle Advisory Group West
Point Hospitality Group
Prism Hotels & Resorts
Pyramid Hotel Group
Radisson Hotel Group
Related Fund Management
Rider Levett Bucknall
RLJ Lodging Trust
Robert W. Baird
Snyder Nationwide Real Estate
Starwood Property Trust
Stewart Title Company
Stonehill Strategic Capital
Stout Risius Ross
Strategic Realty Capital
Summit Investment Management
Trilogy Spa Holdings
Two Roads Hospitality
Vertex Realty Advisors
Viceroy Hotel Group
Western Securities Limited
Wilson Meade Commercial Real Estate
Woodbine Development Corporation
This is Jim Butler, author of www.HotelLawBlog.com and hotel lawyer, signing off. Please contact us if you would like to discuss any issues that affect your hotel interests or see how our experience might help you create value and avoid unnecessary pitfalls. Who’s your hotel lawyer?
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Jim Butler is a founder of the JMBM law firm and chairman of its Real Estate Department. He founded and chairs the Firm’s Global Hospitality Group® and its EB-5 Finance Group which provide business and legal advice to owners, developers and investors of commercial real estate, particularly hotels, resorts, restaurants, spas and senior living. This advice covers purchase, sale, development, financing, franchise, management, labor & employment, litigation, ADA, IP, and EB-5 matters for such properties.
Jim is recognized as one of the top hotel lawyers in the world and has led the Global Hospitality Group® in more than $71 billion of hotel transactions and more than 3,800 hotel properties located around the globe.
Jim’s group has advised on more than 100 EB-5 projects, closed more than $1.5 billion of EB-5 financing, and sourced more than half of that for our clients.
Hotels we have worked on over the years. Visit our hotel photo gallery to see some of the more than 3,800 properties around the globe that the hotel lawyers of the Global Hospitality Group® have been involved with, on behalf of our clients. For a more comprehensive list of hotels properties and projects we have worked on, see our Credentials.
Contact: Jim Butler
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