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RUTHLESS ASSET MANAGEMENT. Moderator Jeff Weinstein Editor in chief, HOTELS Magazine. Jon Bortz Founder, Chairman and CEO Pebblebrook Hotel Trust. Laurence Geller President and CEO Strategic Hotels & Resorts. Robert (Bob) Morse Senior Vice President, COO The Americas, IHG. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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RUTHLESS ASSET MANAGEMENT

RUTHLESS ASSET MANAGEMENT

ModeratorJeff WeinsteinEditor in chief, HOTELS Magazine

Jon BortzFounder, Chairman and CEOPebblebrook Hotel Trust

Laurence GellerPresident and CEOStrategic Hotels & Resorts

Robert (Bob) MorseSenior Vice President, COOThe Americas, IHG

HAMA Mission Statement

The Hospitality Asset Managers Associations mission is the enhancement of hospitality asset values through education advancement of the profession, and serving as the collective voice of ownership.

http://www.hamagroup.org/

HAMA Survey: Hotel asset manager profileThe data was tabulated based on 86 responses, which represent a 57% response rate.More than 68% of the respondents were vice presidents or senior vice presidents.Approximately 23% were presidents, principals, or partners. The balance had the title of director or asset manager.

Source: Hospitality Asset Management Association

Source: Hospitality Asset Management Association

Source: Hospitality Asset Management Association

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Source: Hospitality Asset Management Association

Source: Hospitality Asset Management AssociationExternal expertise and consultants

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Source: Hospitality Asset Management Association

Source: Hospitality Asset Management AssociationU.S. hotel values projected to surpass 2006 peak in 2013

Source: HVS/STR Hotel Valuation IndexUnited States value growth projected to persist through 2016

Source: HVS/STR Hotel Valuation IndexLas Vegas values per room increased the most between 2010-2011

Source: HVS/STR Hotel Valuation IndexTucson values per room decreased the most between 2010-2011

Source: HVS/STR Hotel Valuation IndexConvention cities projected to capture largest value growth in 2012

Source: HVS/STR Hotel Valuation IndexTucson values expected to decline the most in 2012

Source: HVS/STR Hotel Valuation IndexHowever, Tucson expected to show the most value increase through 2016

Source: HVS/STR Hotel Valuation IndexCities with the smallest value appreciation projection through 2016

Source: HVS/STR Hotel Valuation IndexGateway cities are the most volatile

Source: HVS/STR Hotel Valuation IndexLong-term hold: Average annual compounded value growth,1987-2016

Source: HVS/STR Hotel Valuation Index

Source: HVS InternationalObservations for investors Europe

Source: HVS InternationalHighlights from 2011, Asia

Source: HVS InternationalAsia hotel value per room, 2011

Source: HVS InternationalPredications for 2016, Asia

Source: HVS InternationalChange in value per room in Asia: 2011 to 2016

Source: HVS InternationalGeneral observations

Source: HVS InternationalQUESTIONS & ANSWERSFOR MORE INFORMATIONJeff Weinstein: jweinstein@hotelsmag.com

Webinar recording and PowerPoint presentation will be emailed to you within 48 hours.

For more information:www.hotelsmag.com

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