McKibbon Hospitality Appoints Matthew Ram as Vice President of Acquisitions

USA, Tampa, Florida. September 17, 2020

McKibbon Hospitality, an award-winning leader in hotel management, is pleased to announce the appointment of Matthew Ram as its Vice President of Acquisitions.

Bringing more than 10 years of financial analysis expertise to McKibbon, Ram will be responsible for leading the charge as the family-owned and operated company moves into the acquisition space, managing deal sourcing, underwriting and investment analysis, acquisitions, dispositions, asset management, transaction support, and investor relations.

Prior to joining McKibbon, Ram most recently served as Investment Manager for the Tampa-based commercial real estate investment, development, and management company, Liberty Group, where he oversaw real estate investment activity, conducting investment analysis, financial planning, and more. Over the course of his career, Ram has held financial analyst positions with companies including J.J. Haines and Co., Wells Fargo, and John Hopkins Hospital's Department of Radiology.

Ram holds a B.S. in Finance from the University of South Florida and serves on its Real Estate Investment Council board.

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