While the economic context seems relatively propitious for launching the construction of new properties thanks to low interest rates, nearly in-existent inflation and a new available debt, the next edition of the Global Lodging Forum will question the profitability of hotel investment.
Hospitality investment is changing with the creation of new means of collecting savings or capital by players on financiers for the sector, through real estate funds, private equity, family offices, and also SCII. One of the goals of this next edition of the Global Lodging Forum will thus be to identify these new models and their purpose and their respective development financing models at a dedicated round table. This round table, Is hotel investment always profitable and who benefits from it?", will be held March 21 at the Pullman Paris Montparnasse.
It will also offer an analysis of the pertinence of rates of return on hotel investment within the current economic context that is marked by an absence of inflation, low interest rates, a supply shortage and increase in property prices. this will be made possible by the participation of several key representatives on the sector: Philippe Bijaoui of IHG, Claudio Capacciolli of NH Hotel Group, Edward Chandler for PAI Partners, Antonio Graça for 123 Venture, Gaël Le Lay of Foncière des Régions and Jean-Marie Paluel-Marmont of the Association Française du Family Office.
Click here for the preliminary program of speakers, round tables and presentations at this 20th anniversary edition, and register to participate in considerations about the future of the and meet exhibitors and other participants in the event.
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Global Lodging Forum 2016
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For 20 years, the Global Lodging Forum has been the only international platform organized in France that that allows all the universes of the hospitality industry to meet: operators, banks institutions, investors, real estate developers, public authorities, suppliers, etc.