Amsterdam, 30 July 2020

Multi Corporation is pleased to announce the appointment of Diederik Bakker as Director Asset Management, effective 1 July 2020. He will be responsible for Multi’s asset management activities in the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Ireland, Portugal, Spain and UK.

Diederik Bakker has extensive experience in real estate & transaction management in the European real estate market. Over the past 20 years, he has held various senior positions at leading companies such as LaSalle Investment Management and UBS. Diederik holds a master’s degree in Business Administration, Financial Management, from Nyenrode University.

Steven Poelman, Chief Financial Officer at Multi Corporation: “We are very pleased that Diederik has joined Multi. He has an excellent reputation in the industry and has a large network in the European real estate market. In addition, he brings extensive asset management experience, which will help contribute to the further expansion of our business.

I am delighted to join Multi, a leading owner, manager and (re)developer of high quality shopping centres across Europe and Turkey. Together with the talented team, I look forward to supporting Multi in growing its business in European retail real estate,” said Diederik Bakker.

Diederik Bakker will work closely together with Harold van Riel, Director Asset Management and member of the Multi HQ Management Team, who is responsible for Multi’s asset management activities in the CEE region, Italy and Turkey.

 


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