14 July 2020
Prelios SGR S.p.A. said that Piergiulio Dentice di Accadia had joined the company as head of its new Asset Management unit, reporting directly to CEO Patrick Del Bigio.
Piergiulio Dentice di Accadia, 53, has more than 25 years of international experience in Real Estate, holding senior roles in Project & Construction Management, Asset & Fund Management and also in Development, where his particular focus was on “mixed use” urban redevelopment.
After graduating in Civil Engineering and obtaining an Executive Master of Business Administration (MBA) at the Bocconi University, Piergiulio Dentice di Accadia acquired significant experience with CBRE Global Investors SGR, Savills Investment Management SGR, Lendlease – where starting in 2012 he set up and led the Development division – and with the Percassi Group.
Piergiulio Dentice di Accadia is a member of the Scientific Committee and a professor of Development Management at the Luiss Business School.
“With a view to ensuring constant alignment with international best practice, the creation of the Asset Management unit and the appointment of Piergiulio Dentice di Accadia are part of the process to strengthen the company,” said Prelios SGR CEO Patrick Del Bigio. “We aim to offer investors a service with a series of specific but integrated features.”
"I am truly honored to begin this new adventure with a company whose know-how has won international recognition,” said Dentice di Accadia. “In agreement with the Fund Management team, the new Asset Management unit will concentrate on identifying and offering strategies to enhance and manage the assets of property AIFs and their implementation, as well as the operating and administrative management of the assets.”
At Prelios SGR, the Fund Management unit headed by Alessandro Busci, who reports directly to CEO Patrick Del Bigio, will focus on AIF management, specifically on drawing up business plans, in agreement with the Asset Management team. It will also promote and enhance Alternative Investment Funds in relations with external partners and interested stakeholders, including fund participants.