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Glenn H. Aaronson

Glenn is CEO of Multi Corporation NV. Multi Corporation has its head office in Gouda, Netherlands and is a pan-European real estate developer specializing in the creation of retail shopping centers associated with inner city rehabilitation. For its excellence in design and revitalization of city centers, Multi has been Europe’s most award-winning team over the last twenty years. Currently the company has seven hundred development and management professionals employed in fifteen countries overseeing a development pipeline of over one hundred projects.

Before joining Multi in May 2007, Glenn was a managing director with the Morgan Stanley Real Estate Funds. His assignments included Head of European Asset Management located in Frankfurt, Germany with responsibility for investment acquisitions throughout Germany, Holland, Central Europe and Russia. Earlier Glenn was based in Milan, Italy overseeing the purchasing and servicing activities of $6 billion of Italian non-performing real estate loan portfolios in conjunction with the ownership of a commercial bank, Credito Fondiario e Industriale Fonspa.

In the 1990s, Glenn held the position as Head of the European Real Estate Group for Credit Suisse First Boston in London, and was a principal with Hanford Healy, a diversified real estate service provider in San Francisco. The move to California came after four years working with the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation and later the Resolution Trust Corporation based in Washington D.C. Glenn began his career in Atlanta, Georgia as founder of a property management and construction services firm.

In addition to attending both the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and the School of Business and Public Administration at Cornell, Glenn completed his Masters of Taxation at Golden Gate University.

After raising their family in Hampshire, England, Glenn and his wife Suzanne recently moved to Amsterdam. Their two sons Charlie and Max are attending university in London.

Glenn Aaronson