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F&B Town Hall with sbe CEO Sam Nazarian


Jun 3, 2020 11:32 AM

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Sam Nazarian
Founder, Chairman & CEO @sbe
In 2002, Sam Nazarian founded sbe to revolutionize the lifestyle hospitality space. He has contributed to defining the future of global lifestyle hospitality and launching award-winning hotels, residences, restaurants and nightclubs. sbe has an expanding global portfolio which will see 36 hotels and over 200 global culinary, nightlife and entertainment venues across North and South America, Europe, Japan and the Middle East. sbe’s success has led to partnerships with internationally acclaimed talents such as Philippe Starck and Matthew Rolston. Nazarian also led the acquisition of Morgans Hotel Group in December 2016 and was the driving force behind sbe and Accor’s strategic partnership announced in June 2018 which saw Accor agree to acquire a 50% joint venture stake in sbe. In February 2020, Sam launched C3 (Creating Culinary Communities), in partnership with Accor and Simon. Sam’s vision for C3 introduced the world to a new approach to food halls, ghost kitchens and mobile delivery.
Malcolm Davies
Principal / Managing Director @George Smith Partners
Malcolm has over 20 years of experience as an capital advisor and developer, having advised and been involved with over $6B worth of financings, both in the equity and debt markets. Over the past decade, Malcolm has brought his extensive industry knowledge as a developer to the capital markets, serving as a capital advisor – an aspect of the industry in which he has always excelled. Malcolm has vast experience in structuring various scenarios within the capital stack including non-recourse senior debt, mezzanine, preferred & JV equity financing’s in the construction, value add, and permanent finance marketplace. Malcolm’s expertise as a developer has been instrumental in advising his clients through his real world experiences in various stages of the real estate cycle, including the Great Recession. Malcolm is a graduate of the University of Arizona’s Regional Development program.