Profile

Communication Infrastructure Partners (CIP) is an independent investment advisory firm focused on the communication sector. In 2008 Joost Goderie, Randolf Nijsse and Martijn Visser, founded Rabo Bouwfonds Communication Infrastructure Fund (CIF) with over €1,2 billion Assets under Management (2017) and a very successful financial track record with high direct returns and value growth. The team has gained extensive experience in setting up investment structures for leading pension funds and other institutional investors.
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Joost Goderie

With 20 years of experience in various positions in the telecom industry, Joost Goderie has extensive knowledge of strategy, communication infrastructure, M&A and private equity. In 2008, Joost initiated together with Martijn Visser and Randolf Nijsse the Rabo Bouwfonds Communication Infrastructure Fund (CIF) and developed that in a successful infrastructure investment fund. In 1999, Joost Goderie was one of the founders of Eurofiber, a prominent fiber optic communication provider in the Netherlands. He served as CFO between 1999 and 2002 and CEO between 2002 and 2007. He successfully sold Eurofiber to Reggborgh Group in 2006. Before that, Joost has worked for Newskies Satellites, McKinsey and Shell. Joost Goderie has a degree in Business Administration and a post-graduate degree in controlling.

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Martijn Visser

Martijn Visser started his working career as a laywer at Allen & Overy with a specialization in telecommunications and corporate law. From 2001 to 2007 Martijn served as operations director at Eurofiber and Reggefiber. In 2008, Martijn initiated together with Joost Goderie and Randolf Nijsse the Rabo Bouwfonds Communication Infrastructure Fund (CIF) and developed that in a successful infrastructure investment fund. Martijn Visser has extensive experience in the acquisition of communication infrastructure and related assets, as well as in-depth knowledge of telecom and communication infrastructure companies.

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Randolf Nijsse

Randolf Nijsse has a background in satellite, fixed and mobile communications. Randolf worked on numerous transactions introducing new ownership structures and business models for fixed and mobile infrastructures as well as datacenters. Randolf worked in several management positions with Dutch telco Royal KPN and satellite service provider Xantic. He started his career in corporate finance and M&A, later changing to line management. Amongst others, he was responsible for KPN Wholesale Access Services and worked on various business development and infrastructure investment programs. In 2008, Randolf initiated together with Joost Goderie and Martijn Visser the Rabo Bouwfonds Communication Infrastructure Fund (CIF) and developed that in a successful infrastructure investment fund.