Mr. Dickerman is the President and Founder of Madison International Realty, a global, fully integrated real estate private equity firm with offices in New York, London, and Frankfurt. Madison has become a global leader in providing joint venture and preferred equity to real estate owners and investors in class A properties and portfolios in the US, UK, and Western Europe. Madison also focuses on capital partner replacements, equity monetizations, and recapitalizations of commercial properties and portfolios including such iconic assets as the Seagram Building, New York, Devonshire House, London and the Trianon Office Tower, Frankfurt. In addition, Madison is an investor in Canary Wharf, London, Parkway Properties and maintains an active public market investing strategy. It has sponsored numerous private investment vehicles on behalf of a global roster of institutional investors including pension funds, insurance companies, endowments, foundations, sovereign wealth funds, and high net worths. Madisons portfolio spans 14 countries, 69 transactions aggregating $45.8 billion in asset value.
Mr. Dickerman has over 30 years of experience focused on the analysis, acquisition, financing, management and disposition of income-producing assets such as real estate, mortgage products, healthcare properties, leased equipment, media properties, oil and gas, as well as other specialty assets. Prior to founding Madison in
2002, Mr. Dickerman was formerly an investment banker in the Real Estate / Partnership Finance Group at Smith Barney, Harris Upham & Co., Inc., where he was responsible for the origination, analysis, structuring, acquisition, asset management, disposition and marketing of real estate and other limited partnerships.
Mr. Dickerman is an active member of the Association of Foreign Investors in Real Estate (AFIRE) and a frequent speaker on the topic of secondary investments and liquidity at real estate conferences and universities throughout the country. Mr. Dickerman earned an MBA degree from Columbia Universitys Graduate School of Business and a BA degree from Tufts University. He serves as a trustee of the Horace Mann School.