Financial Services | DWS Hospitality Specialists

SERVICES

 

Financial Services

DWS specialise in a range of financial services for clients in the hospitality, gaming, tourism and leisure sectors. Our financial services include feasibility studies, funding memorandums, pre-lending assessmentsoperational reviews, benchmarking and risk assessment.

We have over 20 years of consulting experience relating to our financial services and have developed strong and credible relationships with major funding institutions. DWS can manage financial projects from conception to completion, maximising relationships and our insight to ensure swift and positive outcomes.

Our financial projects include clubs, taverns, accommodation, casinos, fitness clubs and other leisure and tourism development projects. Each year, DWS complete over 500 consulting assignments. Recent financial services projects include:

  • Acquisition of a mix of development finance and grant funding for the reconstruction of major clubs.
  • Feasibility study undertaken for the development of a 60-bedroom Mercure hotel in Gladstone.
  • Operations review and business plan undertaken for a group of five clubs in Canberra.
  • Feasibility study undertaken for the development of a health club in Moorebank, Sydney.
  • Internal benchmarking analysis undertaken for a major national hotel group.
  • Commencement of a risk assessment for the development of serviced apartments in Cairns.

DWS is ideally placed to assist with financial projects and would welcome the opportunity to discuss the next redevelopment, expansion or review of operations.

LATEST NEWS

Get the latest hospitality industry news delivered direct to your inbox by signing up to the DWS
Newsletter.

What are the signs, and more importantly, what are the common mistakes Boards and Management make to end up being another statistic?

Hiring the right people and growing the talent quotient is therefore one of the most important responsibilities and, might I add, moral obligations of every manager in an organisation. It is one of the jobs of every leader that has the biggest impact in the long term.

I was relaxing over the Easter weekend, reading the Courier Mail, when two articles took my attention. Seeing articles such as these comes as no surprise, however what continues to surprise me is the lack of general knowledge or commitment to robust Corporate Governance principles.

css.php