Ruud Hendriks has been working in the asset management industry for over 35 years. In the course of his international career, Ruud has held senior roles at some of the most recognised names in the business. After ‘retiring’ at Goldman Sachs in 2001 Ruud had various positions:
- Senior advisor to Lombard Odier
- Senior advisor to KKR
- Non-executive Chairman of Man‘s Institutional Department
- President of Man Investments SGR S.p.A.
Currently Ruud is:
- Chairman of the advisory board at Financial Assets
- Member of the independent advisory board of Alternatives 4 Children
- Senior advisor to Milliman.
Founded in Geneva in 1796, Lombard Odier is the oldest firm of private bankers in Geneva and one of the largest in Switzerland and Europe. KKR is a leading global alternative asset manager. Man is a world-leading alternative investment management business. Financial Assets is a Dutch Broker in Human Capital specialized in executive searches for banking and finance. Milliman is a global consultant offering solutions for pension funds and corporates.
Previously, Ruud worked for Goldman Sachs Asset Management which he joined in 2001 as managing director, becoming co-head of sales for Europe (excluding Germany and Austria), Middle East and Africa in 2006. Ruud retired from Goldman Sachs in 2009. Prior to joining GSAM, Ruud worked for Rodamco, the property fund of the Robeco Group, between 1980 and 1996. He was a member of the Rodamco Executive Board between 1991 to 1996. He then moved to become Senior Vice President, Global Head of Institutional Sales at Robeco.
Ruud earned his MA in Private Law from the Free University in Amsterdam in 1972.