Chief Executive Officer and Chairwoman of the Board
A graduate of IEP Paris, ESSEC and a former student of ENA, Mrs Véronique Bédague is Chairwoman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer as of January 1, 2023. She was previously Director and Chief Executive Officer (from May 19, 2021 to December 31, 2022). She has worked at the Ministry of the Economy and Finance, the International Monetary Fund, and the City of Paris. Before joining Nexity, she was Chief of Staff to the Prime Minister
Deputy CEO – Company Officer
Mr Jean-Claude Bassien held various executive positions at Crédit Agricole Cheuvreux between 1991 and 2010, before becoming its Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. He has developed a comprehensive expertise in European Equity brokerage for an international client base of institutional investors. He also served as Chief Operating Officer of the “Equities and Derivatives” business line and, from 2008 to 2012, was a member of the Executive Committee of Crédit Agricole-CIB, the Crédit Agricole Group’s investment and financing bank. In 2012, Mr JeanClaude Bassien created KUBX, an investment holding company which he used to invest in hightech start-ups and cultural enterprises. Mr Jean-Claude Bassien joined Nexity in March 2019 as Deputy CEO of Nexity Solutions Entreprise. He has been Managing Director of Nexity Solutions Entreprise since July 2020. Mr Jean-Claude Bassien is a graduate of the Institut d’Études Politiques de Paris and holds a master’s degree in public law
At the beginning of his professional career, Mr Fabrice Aubert was an auditor and then Master of Requests at the Council of State (Conseil d’État), before being Legal Advisor at the office of MrPierre Moscovici at the Ministry of the Economy and Finance (2013-2014), then Legal Advisor to the office of Mr Michel Sapin at the Ministry of Finance and Public Accounts. He joined Nexity in January 2016, where he was successively in charge of the Strategy Department and then Director of New Business Lines. From May 2017 to May 2019, he was advisor for institutions, public action and digital transition at the office of Mr Emmanuel Macron, President of the French Republic. Mr Fabrice Aubert was appointed Nexity’s General Secretary in May 2019 and has headed up the Institutional Clients division since May 2021. Mr Fabrice Aubert is a graduate of École Nationale d’Administration (ENA), a graduate of Institut d’Études Politiques de Paris and of Columbia University, a former student of the University of Chicago and a member of the Council of State.
Nadia Ben Salem-Nicolas
Deputy CEO in charge of Finance
Mrs Nadia Ben Salem-Nicolas, Deputy CEO, in charge of Group Finance. She is responsible for strengthening the finance function as a strategic management tool for the Group and thus contribute to its overall performance. She began her career in 2003 in investment banking at Lazard and then at Goldman Sachs. In 2009, she joined certification services leader Bureau Veritas as Director of Development. She joined Danone in 2015, holding key financial responsibilities as M&A Director and then Head of Investor Relations, before being appointed CFO of Danone's Waters division. She is a graduate of Sciences Po Paris and ESSEC.
Chief Operating Officer
Mr Pierre-Henry Pouchelon worked for nearly 10 years at the audit firm Mazars before joining Nexity in 2016 as Business Controller of Nexity’s agency network. He became Company Secretary of the Real Estate Services for Individuals division in 2018, and was then appointed Deputy CEO of Nexity’s new Services for Individuals division in 2021 and as such contributed to the success of its strategic redeployment. Chief Operating Officer since February 2022, his mission is to steer the transformation plan, which is already well underway, on a day-to-day basis and to ensure the operational implementation of the strategic plan. Mr Pierre-Henry Pouchelon, holds a Master’s degree in mathematics applied to the social sciences and a Master’s degree in insurance and risk management from the University of Paris-Dauphine.
Managing Director of the Residential Real Estate division
Mr Stéphane Dalliet has been Managing Director of the Nexity Residential Real Estate division since June 2021. He is a graduate of the École Spéciale des Travaux Publics (ESTP) and holds a master’s degree from HEC Entrepreneurs. Director of Development at Bouygues Immobilier until 2008, he became Director of Development at Kaufman & Broad until 2011 before heading the Paris region for the group. In 2015, he was appointed Chairman of Cogedim Région Île-de-France and then Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Pitch Promotion in 2019.
Deputy Managing Director of the Residential Real Estate division
Mr Jean Benucci began his professional career in 1984 at the Moulet Group in Nantes as Director of Business Development. In 1993, he joined Nexity group (CGIS) within Foncier Conseil to create a new property development subsidiary, Général Foy Investissement. In 2009, he became Chairman of Foncier Conseil and of GFI, which he oversaw as well as the Atlantic and Brittany subsidiaries from 2014. He was appointed Chief Operating Officer of Nexity Residential Real Estate in 2015, then Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Nexity Residential Real Estate in 2017. As Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Nexity Residential Real Estate since March 2018, he is in charge of the Atlantic, Brittany, Normandy, Foncier Conseil, Conseil et Patrimoine subsidiaries and of the Production and Cost Control Department. Mr Jean Benucci has been Managing Director of Nexity’s Residential division since July 2020. Mr Jean Benucci is a graduate of Audencia.
Managing Director of Nexity Entreprises
Mr Yves Cadelano was project manager for the Security Department of the Grand Stade de France from 1993 to 1995. He then took part in the extension of the Disney Village for Disneyland Paris, then became Director of Research at Club Méditerranée from 1999 to 2004. In 2004, he joined the Casino Group and helped create Mercialys, Casino Group's listed real estate company, where he became Managing Director from 2006 to 2012. He then joined the Carrefour Group, created the listed real estate company Carmila, and became Real Estate Director of the Carrefour Group and Managing Director of Carmila. Previously Managing Director France of the mixed-use urban development company Apsys, Yves Cadelano joined Nexity as Managing Director of Nexity Entreprises in December 2021. Mr Yves Cadelano holds a DPLG diploma in architecture.
Chairman of iSelection and PERL
Mr Julien Drouot-l'Hermine is a graduate of the ESSEC, trained in marketing and has international experience in New York and Cairo. He joined the Nexity group in 2013 as Chief Executive Officer and then Chairman of iSelection, a company with 300 employees specialising in investment real estate, whose business will have tripled in seven years, topping 4,000 homes marketed in 2021. Since 2020, he has also been Chairman of PERL, a leader in bare ownership that has become the first company with an affordable housing mission. In addition to developing the distribution division in conjunction with a number of housing players, he is working with Stéphane Dalliet to deploy Nexity Patrimoine.
Managing Director of the Services to Individuals division of Nexity
Mrs Karine Olivier began her career in auditing at Coopers & Lybrand before joining PwC Consulting. She held the position of Director of the Transaction Services Department of PwC until 2014 in Lyon. Mrs Karine Olivier then joined Oralia, at the time of the acquisition by Nexity, as Managing Director. She was appointed Chief Executive Officer of the Services to Individuals division of Nexity in October 2020. Mrs Karine Olivier holds a master’s degree in Management, specialised in Business Finance, from École Supérieure de Commerce de Marseille-Provence (Kedge Business School), class of 1994. She is also a graduate of the EM Lyon Business School, a certification in corporate governance as a director. She is a member of Plurience (an association of real estate professionals), CNTGI (Conseil National de la Transaction et de la Gestion Immobilière) and Le Prisme (a managers club).
Managing Director of Nexity Transformation des territoires
Mr Jean-Luc Porcedo has devoted his entire professional career to the challenges of the city. After several positions held in local authorities where he was in charge of public services for disadvantaged neighbourhoods, he took part in the creation of an urban sociology laboratory, Banlieuscopie, in 1992 and was an elected representative in Val d’Oise from 1995 to 2008. In 1998, he joined the office of the Minister of Urban Affairs as a technical advisor. In 2001, he was appointed Chief of Staff of the City of Pantin, then in 2004 Chief of Staff to the Chairman of the General Council of the Oise and, from 2008, Chief of Staff to the General Council of Seine-Saint-Denis. In June 2012, he was appointed Chief of Staff to the President of the National Assembly, Claude Bartolone. He joined Nexity in February 2017 as director of new urban uses, before becoming Managing Director of Nexity Villes & Projets in March 2018, then Chairman in June 2019.
Human Resources Director
Mrs Sophie Audebert began her career in a recruitment agency before quickly joining the Assurance Générales de France group (AGF), now Allianz, where she spent 15 years in various HR functions (recruitment, social relations, etc.) before becoming Deputy HR Director. She joined Nexity in November 2008 as HR Director in the Services Division of Lamy. In 2011, she was appointed HR Director for the Real Estate Services to Companies division (NPM, NCT, NCG, Week'in). In 2018, the Executive Committee appointed her Company Secretary of the HR Department (coordinating cross-functional HR matters) and HR Director of the Holding Company. She was appointed Group HR Director in September 2019. Mrs Sophie Audebert holds a Master’s degree in Economics - Paris I - Panthéon Sorbonne and a DESS in HR Management - Paris I - Panthéon Sorbonne.
Director of Communications, Brand and Engagement
Mrs Anne Gindt started her career in the field of client relationships - in the start-up Ucar and for Steeluser - then moved to the cultural sector: editor for Arte Magazine, for the Réseau Varèse, Learnorama, T&M at the Nanterre-Amandiers Theatre, then head of communications at the Scène Nationale in Saint-Quentin-en Yvelines. Ms Anne Gindt joined Nexity in 2012 as Head of Communications before being appointed Deputy Director of Communications in 2016. In 2018, she became a project manager for Mrs Véronique Bédague. She has been Communications Director since February 2022. Mrs Anne Gindt holds a Master's degree in German Studies from the University of Marc Bloch in Strasbourg. She also studied literature in Paris (Hypokhâgne and Khâgne).
Customers and digital marketing Director
Cyrille Giraudat graduated from the École Centrale de Lille and began his career in consulting before joining the Danone group in French and international marketing roles. He then became European Marketing Director at Thomson Multimedia and later, Marketing Director for France at Samsung as the firm established its leading role in the mobile telephony market. From 2010 to 2014, he was Director of Marketing, Clients and Digital at PMU when the online gambling market opened up in 2010, steering PMU’s diversification and its digital and customer transformation. Between 2014 and 2016, as Marketing and Customer Director at the Eurocar group, Cyrille led the digitalization of their services and the customer experience redesign. In 2017, he joined RATP Dev as its Senior Vice President, Marketing, Digital and Innovation. There, he initiated and directed the company’s digital transformation plan and transformed its approaches to marketing, customer focus and innovation to enhance RATP Dev’s competitiveness in international calls for tender.
Since May 2022, Cyrille Giraudat has been the Director of Marketing, Clients and Digital at Nexity.
Mrs Marjolaine Grisard is in charge of leading Nexity’s ambitious corporate social responsibility strategy, and specifically to continue to implement the Group’s low-carbon strategy. She has extensive experience in environmental issues, first with experience at the consulting and engineering agency Saunier & Associés, then at Groupe ADP, which she joined in 2005. Mrs Marjolaine Grisard held various environmental and CSR positions before being appointed Head of the CSR division in 2018. She is a graduate of AgroParisTech and ENGREF (École Nationale du Génie Rural, des Eaux et des Forêts, the French National School of Rural Engineering, Water and Forestry).
Stéphanie Le Coq de Kerland
Mrs Stéphanie Le Coq de Kerland began her career at Fidal in the Technical Department and then in the International Department before joining Nexity in 2012 as Legal Manager for Economic law, before being appointed Head of Legal Services and Network in 2015, then Operational Legal Director in 2019, and Group Legal Director since May 2021. She has also been the Group’s Data Protection Officer (DPO) since May 2018. She holds a master’s degree in law, a master’s degree specialising in General Business law and is a graduate of the French Bar School of the Paris Court of Appeal (EFB).
Director of Digital Solutions and Innovations
Mr Yann Ludmann began his career at Accenture in 1996. There he led the implementation of multiple process digitisation projects. He joined the public service at the Finance Department of the City of Paris in 2007, then the prefectural administration and the Ministry of Housing in 2011, where he originated the national system of registration for social housing and the national register of condominium properties, as Deputy Director of housing policies. He joined Nexity in May 2017 to manage the connected housing offer and organised the Development Department of the Residential Real Estate division. He has been the Group’s Director of Digital Solutions and Innovations since July 2018. Mr Yann Ludmann is a graduate of the École Nationale d’Administration and of ICN Business School.
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