Robert Noeldechen

Real Estate & Restructuring

About Robert Noeldechen

Connecticut resident Robert Noeldechen maintains a successful career in real estate acquisition and disposition that spans 25 years. In this field, he has held senior positions at top professional services companies, including Arthur Andersen, LLP, and Ernst & Young, LLP. Presently, Robert Noeldechen serves as a principal with Ahern and Partners Advisors Co., Inc., in Greenwich, Connecticut. A member of such professional groups as the Commercial Mortgage Securities Association and the Mortgage Bankers Association, Mr. Noeldechen benefits from a long history of speaking at conferences and meetings of his colleagues as well as training new and seasoned professionals in the real estate financing sector.

Robert Noeldechen earned his Bachelor’s degree in Finance from St. John’s University in Queens, New York, before launching his career. Directly out of college, he joined the Shearson Lehman Brothers-E.F. Hutton and Co. Real Estate Limited Partner Group in the direct investment management division. In 1989, Mr. Noeldechen returned to college at New York University’s Stern School of Business, from which he earned a Master’s degree in Real Estate Development and Investment, with a focus on valuation. During his graduate education, he worked as a consultant to Deloitte Haskins and Sells Real Estate Valuations Group and later as a senior associate and property specialist at the Dime Savings Bank of New York. Mr. Noeldechen went on serve as a manager in Arthur Andersen’s Real Estate Consulting Structured Finance Group and senior manager of Ernst & Young’s Real Estate Advisory Services Group.

During his career, Robert Noeldechen has advanced his abilities through several professional development programs, including Ernst & Young’s Next Gen leadership training school. In addition to leading a four-day New Hire Orientation course at Ernst & Young, Robert Noeldechen authored and taught the company’s class on loan underwriting due diligence. Additionally, he contributed to several of the firm’s publications, among them its 2008 Market Outlook.

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