Michael Shindler re-launches hospitality transaction consulting firm Four Corners Advisors

Hotel industry veteran Michael Shindler re-launched Four Corners Advisors, a boutique hospitality transaction-consulting firm focused on assisting owners and developers. Shindler shuttered the firm in early 2010 to join Hard Rock International.

“I truly enjoyed my time at Hard Rock, an incredibly vital and exciting lifestyle brand and am particularly proud of the hotel management infrastructure we developed over the past four years,” Michael Shindler, president of Four Corners Advisors, said. “I am looking forward to the re-launch of Four Corners Advisors, a platform with the ability to provide international advisory services to brands, investors and lenders in the hotel transactions space. During the last fouryears, Four Corners was never far from my mind, and the allure of starting up again proved to be compelling. I am open for business.”

Four Corners Advisors will concentrate on assisting owners and developers and prospective owners and developers of hotels and casinos in their transactions approaches to management companies and brands, the hotel and hotel-casino development process, the complexities of the documentation, transactional and organizational structuring and, as appropriate, asset management and special projects. In addition, Four Corners Advisors will perform diagnostics on individual hotel properties or small portfolios for lenders and potential buyers and investors. Shindler is also available to provide expert testimony as necessary.

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Four Corners Advisors will maintain offices in both Orlando and Chicago.

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