A senior real estate executive, Robert Noeldechen earned his Bachelor of Science in Finance from St. John’s University in 1987. Upon his graduation, Robert Noeldechen accepted a position as a Financial Analyst at Shearson Lehman Brothers/EF Hutton, where he asset managed 200 real estate limited partnerships over the next few years. In 1991, Robert Noeldechen also received his Master of Science in Real Estate Development and Investment with an additional concentration in Valuation from New York University.
From Shearson Lehman Brothers, Robert Noeldechen joined Deloitte & Touche/Deloitte Haskins & Sells as a Consultant and then held a position as a Senior Associate and a Distressed Portfolio Manager at Dimes Savings Bank of New York. In both roles, Robert Noeldechen gained valuable experience and recognition as a top performer. In 1991, Robert Noeldechen was recruited by Ahern & Partners Investments, first spending a year as a Senior Associate and then becoming a Vice President.
Robert Noeldechen spent seven years at Ahern & Partners, focusing his professional energies on operational restructurings, crisis management, Chapter 11 bankruptcy, and other processes related to underperforming or distressed real estate businesses. Among his many other accomplishments, Robert Noeldechen demonstrated his analytical acumen by untangling complex deal structures and performing several other tasks, including implementing a liquidating Chapter 11 operating a former publicly traded REIT.
After a brief stint at Arthur Andersen, Robert Noeldechen became a Manager, then a Senior Manager, in the Real Estate Advisory Group at Ernst & Young. Robert Noeldechen was appointed Equity Principal at the firm in 2006. By the end of his tenure at Ernst & Young, Robert Noeldechen had analyzed $20 billion in real estate fair value reporting and executed $150 billion in complex real estate lender due diligence assignments.
In 2009, Robert Noeldechen returned to Ahern & Partners, where he is currently a Principal. Robert Noeldechen now speaks widely on topics such as restructuring, workouts, and commercial mortgage underwriting, and he is also a published author. Robert Noeldechen makes his home in Connecticut.