Impact Of COVID-19 Virus On Hotel Insurance Premiums. Are Refunds Possible?
Impact Of COVID-19 Virus On Hotel Insurance Premiums. Are Refunds Possible? — By Alex Sogno

Global Asset Solutions · 21 May

Much has already been written about insurance issues arising from the Covid19 virus. With many hotels closed throughout the world it's inevitable that hotel owners/ investors are looking to their insurance policies for compensation under the Business Interruption section.

Take Charge Of Your Capital; You May Think That You Are, But This May Not Be The Case
Take Charge Of Your Capital; You May Think That You Are, But This May Not Be The Case — By Gustav Bjoern

Global Asset Solutions · 18 May

An essay on the importance of trust and communication, during these days of COVID-19. As you're reading this, regardless of where in the capital stack you sit, you probably have a stronger than usual desire to know exactly what's going on with the underlying asset, the cash flow, the promised CapEx program, the debt covenant compliance, and how badly you mispriced your risk (you're not alone).

How Hotel Asset Managers Can Support Hotel Re-Opening Post-COVID-19
How Hotel Asset Managers Can Support Hotel Re-Opening Post-COVID-19 — By Alex Sogno

Global Asset Solutions · 15 May

As hotel asset managers, we are able to work alongside hotel owners and operators to guide a hotels' recovery from COVID-19. We can use our expertise to guide and create a re-opening action plan, bring back the hotel's property value, and enhance communication between the owner and the management team. This article will outline the key areas where hotel asset management can come into play to improve and adjust your operations post COVID-19. Hoteliers, owners, you are not alone.

3 Important Reasons Why Hotel Asset Managers Have Become Such Hot Property
3 Important Reasons Why Hotel Asset Managers Have Become Such Hot Property — By Fred Novella

Global Asset Solutions · 14 Mar

Thanks to the increasing complexities of today's hospitality market where disruptors seemingly turn up out of nowhere and operators consolidate at a fast rate - it is easy to understand why.