Barons Eden Group has appointed Edward Law and Steve Clements to the board as the hospitality operator makes its move to increase its footprint in the UK.Acquisition and development a key focus for hospitality operator which owns Hoar Cross Hall and assets in the Cotswolds
The group owns Hoar Cross Hall, Eden Hall Day Spa and a collection of assets in the Cotswolds.
The new board appointments and new shareholding follow on from the retirement of Stephen Joynes and come as Barons Eden Group as the company embarks on a strategy to grow its hospitality businesses through the acquisition of landmark freehold properties in key regional destinations.
The incoming directors bring significant experience in finance and investment to the existing board, comprised of Andre Elshout, Steve Joynes and Adrian Pearson.
Law has more than 25 years’ experience in the world of finance and investment having spent 17 years in investment banking, at James Capel, Citigroup and Deutsche Bank, providing strategic equity financing advice to corporates and governments across Europe.
Clements has built up a group of multi-surgery dental practices in the Birmingham area, as well as working on a number of projects at a national level for the NHS, including service redesign, team training and customer care.
Edward Law, director, comments: “Barons Eden Group not only has a great collection of properties with a terrific legacy and tremendous potential, but it also has a very strong management team. I am excited to be assisting the company in its next phase of development.”
Steve Clements MBE, adds: “I get huge satisfaction from working across a variety of industries, applying my experience and knowledge to each in a very individual, targeted way. Barons Eden Group is in a great position to take advantage of developments in the marketplace.”