- Vice Chairman - Real Estate, Gaming & Lodging, Deutsche Bank
Tim Lloyd-Hughes is head of Deutsche Bank’s European Hotel, Leisure & Gaming Investment Bankingactivities. As such he is the Senior Investment Banker responsible for Deutsche Bank’s relationships with all the leading Hospitality & Gaming companies across Europe, Middle East and Africa.
Prior to joining BT Alex Brown/Deutsche Bank in 1998, Tim was co-head of UK coverage and headed up NatWest Markets UK Leisure Sector Investment Banking focus. From 1988 to 1993, he was the head of UK Investment Banking at Nomura International in London and from 1976 to 1988 he was with Chemical Bank (now JP Morgan Chase) in London, including 4 years in Tokyo and 2 years in New York. Tim has over 25 years experience in M&A and the international debt and equity capital markets.
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? [...]
Following on from last week’s briefing where we looked at the complexities surrounding hotel deals, this week we’re examining the importance of constructing successful deals. Learning from experience can often unlock the ideas and impetus needed. This briefing includes comment from financiers and hoteliers alike on what they believe defines a good deal. Interviews this [...]
With the remaining liquidity issues from the recession feeling like a little bit of a hangover, the market for investment has seen real change. Appreciating and understanding the new ways as to where hospitality will see investment is integral. Who are the new investors? What does the market look like at the moment? How can [...]