news | PKF hotelexperts
13 Sep 2014
During today's press conference the relaunch of PKF hotel consulting in the UK was officially announced. The office will be a representative office of PKF hotelexperts GmbH, Vienna. The "home territory" of the company is the British Isles, while the London-based team will also cover assignments in other parts of Europe and beyond. It will work closely with other PKF hotel consulting firms wherever appropriate to provide a truly global service. The main service lines covered by the office will be asset management, corporate finance, feasibility studies, litigation support, operator selection, project development, strategic consulting and valuations.
The opening of a hotel consulting office in London is a clear statement that PKF is committed to being a reliable and competent partner for hotel development, investment, and financing in one of the largest markets of Europe, with London being at the forefront of numerous global ventures and transactions. PKF hotelexperts, one of the global market leaders in the field of hotel, tourism and leisure consulting and its research department maintain one of the most comprehensive hotel databases of the industry and has been known as a prime source for hotel market intelligence for decades.
The London team of PKF hotelexperts is being led by Adam Maclennan, who has been working for PKF Consulting in Atlanta in the last five years. A graduate of Cornell University, he is an experienced expert in investment-related issues in the hospitality sector. The PKF hotelexperts team will work closely with the colleagues from PKF Littlejohn and the other PKF member firms in the British Isles - PKF Cooper Parry, PKF-FPM, Johnston Carmichael and PKF O'Connor, Leddy & Holmes.
Michael Widmann, Managing Partner of PKF hotelexperts comments: "We are thrilled to bring a credible team to the London market place. PKF hotelexperts probably has the largest team of hotel consultants in Europe. With a radical focus on the hotel, tourism and leisure sector and on consulting services (as opposed to brokerage services), we want to be the critical partner of hotel investors and developers."
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