Andrew Broad Joins Robert Douglas as Managing Director

USA, New York City, New York. June 15, 2022

RobertDouglas announced today that Andrew Broad, a 25-year veteran of the hotel industry, has joined the company as Managing Director in the firm's New York office. In this role, Andrew will be involved in every aspect of the firm's business, from investment sales to structured financing and joint venture equity raises.

Andrew's career has included leadership roles in a range of hospitality companies, including as Principal in the Hospitality Group at Avison Young. His career also includes time spent as Senior Vice President at HREC Investment Advisors and as a member of the Board of Directors at Morgans Hotel Group.

"We are thrilled to welcome Andrew to the team at RobertDouglas," Douglas Hercher said. "He is a dynamic and energetic individual who has the pulse of the hospitality industry and a rock solid track record of success."

"Robert Douglas is well known and well respected and I am excited to join the team," said Broad. "I look forward to putting my experience and my industry relationships to work to help us build on our success and continue to earn the trust and respect of our clients and of the industry as a whole."

Andrew Broad, Managing Director - RobertDouglas

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