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Nigel Greenaway | Colliers | Sydney CBD

Nigel Greenaway


National Director | Hotel


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Professional Summary

For 30 years, Nigel’s career in the hotel industry has spanned hotel operations and finance, working for leading hotel operators and more recently, heading two of Australia’s leading wholesale hotel investment funds.

Prior to joining Colliers, Nigel spent 10 years as the Fund Manager of Eureka Fund Managements First Core Fund. The fund comprised hotel investment in branded hotels such as InterContinental, Four Seasons, Crowne Plaza and Holiday Inn. He led the fund team in establishing an investment in over $1.0bn of hotels in Australia and New Zealand. Nigel was responsible for the entire fund strategy of acquisition, repositioning, asset management, equity and debt capital strategies and exit strategy.

Nigel commenced the hotel investment stage of his career with Colonial First State Property as an Asset Manager for the portfolio of Marriott hotels in Australia before taking the funds lead role as Fund Manager.

In the early part of Nigel’s career, he held a number of Finance Director roles for Southern Pacific Hotels Corporation (now IHG) in Australia and the Pacific. After a period, as Regional Director of Finance for the Northern half of Australia he established his own hotel finance consulting group which provided accounting and financial related services to hotel operators and owners in Australia, New Zealand, Vanuatu and Fiji.


Bachelor of Business with majors in Accounting and Management

Certified Practicing Accountant


Memberships & Involvements

Fellow of the Australian Property Institute

Associate member of Australian Society of CPA's


Service Lines

Real Estate Management Services

Property Type


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Featured Research

7 May 2020

Australian Hotel Investment Sentiment Survey

Results of the Colliers International Australian Hotel Investor Sentiment survey.
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17 Jan 2020

2019 Hotels Sales Research and Analysis Report

2019 delivered a consistent flow of hotel transactions with total activity surpassing $2 billion by the end of the year.
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Featured News

2 Jul 2020

Australia’s hotels on the road to recovery

Australia’s hotel sector is well placed to recover from the effects of COVID-19 given the size of its domestic tourism market, and Australians’ unwavering thirst to travel.
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3 Jun 2020

The green shoots of recovery for Australian hotels

The pace of change for the Australian hotel and tourism sector as a result of COVID-19 was unlike anything that had been seen before, resulting in a sharp decline in trading during the first four months of 2020.
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