Brandon Sedloff

 

Global Head of Corporate Development and Senior Vice President, Urban Land Institute

Brandon Sedloff is Senior Vice President and leads ULI's global corporate development efforts at the Urban Land Institute (ULI). Based in San Francisco, Brandon is responsible for managing and expanding relationships between ULI and key corporate stakeholders. Additionally, Brandon leads two initiatives within ULI. The first is focused on the intersection of technology and real estate (CREtech) which brings together real estate owners, operators, REIT, and investors and technology companies working to evolve the real estate industry. The second is working with allocators (institutional investors; public pension plans, endowments, sovereign wealth funds, etc) helping them to connect with the real estate industry and their peers to learn and share best practices.

Previously, Brandon was Managing Director, Asia Pacific at the Urban Land Institute based in Hong Kong where he helped lead and manage ULI's Asia Pacific platform (Singapore, Australia, Philippines, Hong Kong, Mainland China and Japan).

Prior to joining ULI, Sedloff was Vice President/ Asia Practice Area Head at Gerson Lehrman Group ("GLG"), the world’s largest marketplace for expertise where he was the founder and head of GLG's Asia Real Estate business which he established in September 2007 and lead through January 2012. At GLG, Sedloff managed a pan-Asia research team working alongside hedge funds, investment banks, private equity firms, professional services firms and corporations conducting due diligence on Asian property markets and direct and in-direct investment opportunities throughout the region.

Sedloff has served as a volunteer member of ULI since 2004. He founded the ULI Young Leaders Group in Asia and was a member of the ULI North Asia Executive Committee from 2007-2012.

Specialties: Retail, Commercial, Residential, Mixed-use, Industrial, Special use, Hospitality, Sourcing, Due diligence, Portfolio Support, knowledge management, investment.