Thursday, 11 June 2015, 8.00 am - 10.30 am
Location: DLA Piper, 3 Noble St, City of London, EC2V 7EE
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REAG Debt Advisory Services, Agrate Brianza
REAG Debt Advisory Services is an independent advisory boutique for loans with a heavy leaning towards property assets. Before heading the new unit at the Real Estate Advisory Group, Sr. Bortot was an MD of Unicredit Credit Management Immobiliare and covered real estate assignments of the parent bank. He also worked as the general manager of ISC (today IES), a property company of the Cariverona Foundation, and was a consultant in the property department at PwC and Arthur Andersen Corporate Finance/Deloitte.
Chief Executive Officer
BNP Paribas Real Estate Investment Management, Milan
BNP Paribas Real Estate Investment Management Italy has nearly ¤5bn of property under management, mainly through funds - the third largest real estate manager in Italy. Named CEO in April 2011, Sr. Ilardo was previously head of fund management at the Generali Group, and before that director of strategy and business development for Italian listed manager IPI. In 1998 he joined the SDA Bocconi business school. A fellow of RICS, he is also involved in research projects and teaching.
DLA Piper, Milan
With 4,200 lawyers in 30 countries and 76 offices throughout Asia, Australia, Europe, Middle East and the US, DLA Piper is one of the largest providers of legal services in the world. Sr. Inzaghi co-heads the Italian real estate department and heads both the local and the international town planning practice. He specialises in zoning, environmental law and general public-private partnership topics, advising private and public companies as well as central and local authorities. He is also chairman of ULI Italy.
DAVIDE ALBERTINI PETRONI
Managing Director, Operations
A listed property company owned by its creditors and deeply restructured in recent years, Risanamento recently sold a large Paris portfolio, and is now strongly focused on its home town, and especially the vast Santa Giulia project. Named to his present post in 2009, Sr. Petroni was previously Director of Asset Management. Previous stations include IPI and a post as development director of the City of Turin. Up to 2000 he managed real estate holdings of the Federici Group in Rome and of the Lodigiani building firm in Milan.
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