Udo de Goede
Udo de Goede (1966) started his career in 1999 as market researcher at De Maatschappij voor Bedrijfsobjecten NV (part of the later ING Real Estate). After three years Udo, as youngest commercial employee, was appointed as real estate developer. In this role he has worked on project JR120 (a cooperation between ING and the Government Buildings Agency) in order to realise 14 new court buildings in The Netherlands. After that project many followed, such as shopping centres and multifunctional centres of which project Mahler4 (Amsterdam Zuidas) is considered as one of his highpoints. Over eight years he was involved in this project, from the first initiative as a developer at ING up to the construction of the project in 2006 as head of commercial real estate at ASR.
As of 1999 Udo has worked for ASR, a real estate developer, and was assigned as member of the management team to set up a commercial real estate department and to further professionalize the company. In 2006 Rodamco (asset manager) assigned Udo to further develop its shopping centre portfolio. A year later he was appointed Director Development and the company merged with Unibail (France). As member of the Dutch management team of Unibail he managed to sell a great number of projects successfully in the Netherlands. After selling shopping centre projects, worth a total of € 1,2 billion, he decided to start his own business in real estate mid 2008.
Since that time he has been involved in a number of projects (delegated manager, interim-director, developer, advisor, asset/ account manager) for many professional parties such as AM Real Estate, IPMMC, Univé, De Hoge Dennen, MVGM, Railway Pension Fund, CBRE Global Investors, municipality Duiven, Van Wijnen. Furthermore he is responsible for formulating and executing the investment management of a number of private investors.
Later on he has further extended his knowledge and experience in the real estate business at AXA Real Estate Netherlands B.V. As senior Asset manager he was responsible for the exploitation of a large office portfolio as well as a logistic portfolio. Up to August 2014 he worked as Asset manager for the listed institutional investor Hansteen Holdings LLP. Hansteen primarily focuses on logistic and industrial real estate. His focus was directed on large logistic objects in their Dutch portfolio.
In addition he has been working as strategic real estate advisor for a family that owns a retail portfolio on several A-1 locations in The Netherlands and Belgium.