360 Capital Advisors asset-management platform launched

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A group of hospitality professionals with decades of experience announced today the formation of 360 Capital Advisors. The strategic advisory and asset management firm will focus on creating value-enhancing solutions for hospitality assets worldwide. The firm will design and implement comprehensive innovation solutions geared to optimize asset value at every phase of the investment cycle. The team’s unique approach to hotel assets is based on applying experience plus innovation to create customized solutions to consistently deliver risk-adjusted returns that outperform industry averages.

“Now is the perfect time to launch 360 Capital Advisors, given where we are in the current lodging cycle. Our firm provides a combination of multi-disciplinary experience and a proven track record in preserving and enhancing asset value,” said Romy Bhojwani, Principal and Managing Director, 360 Capital Advisors. “What sets 360 Capital Advisors apart from others is that our entire team comes from the ownership side of the business, giving us a unique perspective on the key drivers of risk and value in hotel investments. Our team leverages principal-side experience across multiple industry cycles to help our clients design and execute strategies that mitigate risk and maximize value. We take a comprehensive ‘360 degree’ view of the investment from pre-acquisition due diligence and valuation, helping negotiate and structure creative transaction terms, capex planning and project management, innovative asset management, recapitalization strategies and ultimately to disposition strategies designed to maximize exit proceeds.”

360 Capital Advisors founders include Romy Bhojwani, Principal and Managing Director; Tim Gohmann, Managing Director and Apo Demirtas, Managing Director. The team has a combined experience of over 110 years in the global hospitality and real estate industries encompassing operations, finance, sales and marketing, distribution, revenue management, branding, market research, asset management, risk management, capex planning, project management, capital markets and investment management.

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