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About Marc Goedhart
I am a senior expert in McKinsey’s Amsterdam office and one of the leaders of the Corporate Finance practice in Benelux. My work focuses primarily on transactions (including M&A), corporate strategy and valuation. I have served clients across Europe in a broad range of sectors, including pharma & healthcare, consumer goods, energy and transportation.
Since 2017, I am an endowed professor of corporate valuation at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM).
I’m a co-author of Valuation: Measuring and Managing the Valuation of Companies” by T. Koller, M. Goedhart and D. Wessels. Valuation, which is in its 25th year and 6th edition, is currently used as a textbook at many business schools, including Wharton, Chicago Booth, MIT, INSEAD and Northwestern.
Outside of my client work, I’m a member of the editorial board of the quarterly journal McKinsey on Finance and have published extensively in the McKinsey Quarterly and academic journals. I also regularly contribute to academic courses in finance at various academic institutions in Europe.
Before joining McKinsey in 1996, I was a professor in the Finance Department at Erasmus University in Rotterdam (NL) and worked for Royal Nedlloyd Group. I have a Ph.D. in finance at Erasmus University (1994).
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