Lending Report

'UK Hotel Lending Report 2020' launch

Berkeley Capital Group ['BCG'] is pleased to announce the publication of the UK Hotel Lending Report 2020. Collaborating with City University Real Estate Research Centre, this landmark report is the first investigation into the hotel investment and lending market.

Please join our Zoom meeting discussing key findings of the report.

Speaker: Dr. Nicole Lux, Senior Research Fellow - Project Director, City University Real Estate Research Centre.

Tuesday 9th February at 2-3pm GMT


Dr. Lux also leads the UK Commercial Property Lending Report, which is the industry benchmark report used by the Bank of England and regularly referred to in the FT, Estates Gazette, EG Capital Market, Property Week, Capital Economics, Bloomberg and Reuters.

‘Whilst we’ve had a UK commercial property lending report for over 20 years - since 1997 - this report represents a first of its kind for the UK hotel financing market. Especially during this momentous time in the market, the findings in this report will be key reading material to everyone investing in and financing hotels to better understand the UK hotel market structure and financing opportunities’
Dr. Nicole Lux

Thanks goes to our lead sponsor Savills and sponsors CMS, Taylor Wessing and Castleforge

PRICE: £995 (+ VAT) for all sponsor clients & first 50 clients. £1500 (+ VAT) retail.

For the index, please email report@berkeleycapitalgroup.com

We reduced the price to make the report accessible to all given these challenging times.

Note all proceeds benefit not-for-profit WiH Global ['WiH']. To pre-order report:

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WiH Global (WiH) is a global not-for-profit and best-in-class community who believe that by collaborating, we can have greater impact and raise the game to create a hospitality industry that is more diverse and inclusive. WiH is announcing the first intake of 500 global members (450 women & 50 men) across Americas, EMEA and APAC and cross-segment with members who Build, Fund, Operate or Advise in hospitality. The curated community will target members from as many companies in the industry as feasible to ensure discussions represent varied perspectives and the global community drives for positive change with purpose and impact. Key pillars are mentoring, knowledge share and outreach with webinars, topical discussions and coaching sessions organised on a global online platform where members can engage cross-region and cross-segment. WiH collaborates with leading global hospitality conferences to promote more diverse and inclusive panels and will also launch an annual global representation report to provide insight into BAME and women representation in the industry on an annual basis.