Hodes Weill & Associates (Hodes Weill), a global real estate advisory firm, is pleased to announce the appointment of Howard Roth as an Advisory Board Member.
Mr. Roth is the Principal of HSR Advisors, a consulting firm providing strategic, transactional, financial and operational guidance to C-Suite executives and boards.
Mr. Roth recently retired from EY as the leader of the firm's global Real Estate, Hospitality & Construction (RHC) practice. During his tenure, EY's RHC practice grew dramatically, recently achieving the #1 global brand recognition ranking among similar real estate professional service providers as recently surveyed by a third-party organization.
In his global leadership role, Mr. Roth travelled extensively, working with the firm's major real estate clients throughout the US, Europe and Asia. He has led the efforts of EY's RHC practice in adapting to ongoing accounting, tax and regulatory changes, as well as advancing EY's digital solutions agenda to the marketplace.
Doug Weill, Managing Partner at Hodes Weill, commented:
"We are very pleased to have such a highly-regarded and accomplished business leader join our Advisory Board. With his broad range of experience, we are confident that Howard's appointment will significantly contribute to the strength of our board and that Hodes Weill and our clients will benefit from his insights, judgment and counsel."
Mr. Roth has worked extensively with global private equity funds, real estate investment trusts, financial institutions and public and private real estate owners and developers. His experience includes transactional analysis, structuring, and judicial and non-judicial reorganizations.
Mr. Roth is a trustee and governor of the Urban Land Institute and an active member of the Real Estate Roundtable and the Association of Foreign Investors in Real Estate (AFIRE).
Mr. Roth added:
"I am very excited to be joining the Advisory Board of Hodes Weill and I look forward to bringing my knowledge, experience and relationships to assist in the firm's growth strategy and continued global expansion."