Having earned his degree in business administration in 1991, Ulrich Höller launched his career with a property development group active across Germany in 1992 and became the company's managing director with sole power of representation in 1995. He took out a degree in real estate economics (ebs) at the European Business School in Oestrich-Winkel in 1996, earned the title “Certified Shopping Center Manager (ebs)” at the same school in 1998, and in London acquired the right to use the designation “Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (FRICS).” Ulrich Höller was Chairman of the Management Board of DIC Asset AG from 2002 to 2015. In 2015, he was largely responsible for the founding of GEG German Estate Group and was Chairman of the Management Board until April 2019. Today, he is Chairman of the Supervisory Board. The project developments managed by Ulrich Höller during his career include the Palais Walderdorff monument in Trier, the main post office in Erfurt, the MainTor Quartier in Frankfurt, the Junges Quartier Obersendling in Munich and the Opera Offices in Hamburg. In 2012, Ulrich Höller and DIC received the MIPIM Award in Cannes for the MainTor Quarter development. In 2013, he was named “Property Mastermind of the Year” by the IMMOBILIENWIRTSCHAFT real estate trade magazine, again for the development of the MainTor Quarter.
FURTHER CURRENT ROLES:
Member of the Board and Vice-President of the ZIA German Property Federation, Berlin; Member of the Board of the MMK Museum for Modern Art, Frankfurt am Main; several supervisory board and advisory board mandates (e.g. Commerzbank AG, DIC Asset AG, Immobilien Manager Verlag, Giersch Foundation)
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