Alberto is currently the Chairman of ULI Spain and sits on the ULI Europe Executive Committee. Professional Training: Alberto is a professional with extensive experience in real estate advisory services and M&A. He started his career in 1995 in Arthur Andersen as an auditor and he joined the M&A Corporate Finance advisory team in 1997. In 2006 he focused his career on Real Estate advisory services and developed the Real Estate team at Deloitte in Spain, which now numbers more than 120 professionals. Alberto leads the Real Assets (Real Estate & Infrastructure) division at Deloitte Spain. He also heads Deloitte Real Estate in EMEA and currently sits on the Deloitte Real Estate Global Executive Committee. Alberto has wide experience in Real Estate transactions, both domestic and cross-border. His areas of expertise are Real Estate transactions, both assets and portfolio, M&A, Debt advisory and Capital Markets. His clients are large Private Equity Real Estate firms, REITs, Homebuilders and Financial Institutions (Banks and Insurance companies). Alberto is currently an Associate Professor lecturing on Real Estate Investments for the Masters in Real Estate Development at IE School of Architecture and Design. Academic Education: Alberto graduated in Business Administration from Ramon Llull University (Barcelona – 1995). He attended Courses in the Harvard Extension Program (1994), UCSD (1997) and Deloitte University. He has been a MRICS member since 2015 (Property Finance and Investments). Alberto has been a speaker at Real Estate Conferences such as GRI, BMP, ULI, among others. His native languages are Spanish and Catalan, moreover he is fluent in English and in French too. He is an active member of different Social Initiatives/ Foundations.
Thursday, June 8, 2023
8:30 AM – 6:00 PM
Torre Cristal (Paseo de la Castellana 259C, 31st floor)
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