Mayur Dalal has been providing financial advisory products and services for more than 27 years. The CEO of Dalal Capital Advisors, Mayur and his team provide top-quality wealth management, insurance, and tax-advantaged strategies that are designed to help clients realize their financial goals.
Mayur is also CEO of The Oxford Group of Lake Success – an intellectual capital company focusing on developing customized solutions for professionals and closely held family businesses. Their services include family wealth coaching, family governance, and business succession planning for high net worth families.
Mayur is an expert in values-based life planning, and his goal is to empower, educate and enlighten his clients, by integrating emotional freedom with financial freedom.
Mayur grew up in a large family with an abundance of love but a scarcity of facilities and resources. These humble beginnings gave him a phenomenal insight into how to coexist with limited resources and make the most of it. Mayur was a fast learner and his father constantly challenged him to break barriers, including skipping grades in school. By the young age of 28, Mayur became the head of Best Foods in India.
Mayur T. Dalal – CEO
Sagar M. Dalal – President
Dalal Capital Advisors LLC
The Oxford Group of Lake Success
Hotel owners and operators who believed they could go it alone before the coronavirus pandemic devastated the hotel industry are having another think and turning to third-party managers to work their way back to profitability in the post-pandemic recovery. Another trend contributing to the growth in third-party managers’ business is more commercial real estate investors armed with cash entering the hotel sector and in need of an experienced operations team. Episode 321 of Lodging Leaders podcast explores the growth of third-party management companies over the past 12 months. This report is part of Lodging Leaders’ coverage of the coronavirus crisis and its impact on the hospitality industry.
The Ever Given container ship running aground on March 23 in the Suez Canal got worldwide attention, but it is just one of many reasons for the breaks in the global supply chain that are impacting the U.S. hotel industry’s post-pandemic revival plans. Shipping companies in Asia and Europe are contending with a boatload of challenges, including a lack of containers, traffic jams at West Coast ports and increased costs. Long Live Lodging explores what the problems mean to hotel owners and developers eager to refresh their properties and welcome guests back.