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With decades of professional experience in the hospitality sector, Laurence Geller is rightly recognised as a global leader in the hotelier industry. He is one of the pioneering forces behind modern hotel asset management, with a proven track record of exceptional growth and management at high-end hotels on a global scale.

Geller Capital Partners

Chairman & Co-Founder

Geller Capital Partners is a private real estate and investment firm specializing in the high-end and luxury segments of the lodging and hospitality industry. Founded by Laurence Geller, the company has earned a global reputation for its professional, innovative, data-driven approach to value maximization.

Geller Capital Partners’ culture of excellence and team of seasoned professionals supports a passionate, creative and bespoke approach to asset management. Whether repositioning, reimagining or developing assets from greenfield sites, Geller Capital Partners’ unique capabilities deliver industry-leading performance and financial results.

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Laurence Geller operates from senior positions in numerous humanitarian, philanthropic and civic organisations.

He is a serving member of, amongst others, the President’s Council of the Midwest Region of the US Fund for UNICEF, the British American Business Council, and The National Leadership Council for the American Jewish Committee. He is an Ambassador for the Alzheimer’s Society and the UK Dementia Research Institute.

He has supported and donated to charities on an international scale, including the Alzheimer’s Society, Alzheimer’s Research UK, the British American Business Council, and the Imperial War Museum. Laurence chaired the architectural and planning committee during the construction of the $1bn+ Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago, which he made major donations towards, and has served on the board for over 20 years.

Laurence Geller has also funded scholarships and research projects in prestigious international universities, including New York University, George Washington University, University College London, Ecole Hotelier de Lausanne, Roehampton, Strathclyde, and Churchill College Cambridge. Geller is the largest donor to the University of West London, having committed £1m to the development of the Institute of Ageing Memory, and co-founded the Westmont Enterprise Hub at the university.