22 September 2023
MIMCO Asset Management strengthens its asset management activity with the arrival of Olivier Pioch

MIMCO Asset Management, French subsidiary of MIMCO Capital Group, announces the appointment of Olivier Pioch as Investment Director.

After having passed the symbolic one billion mark in real estate assets under management, the MIMCO group continues to grow with the arrival of Olivier Pioch as Investment Director within MIMCO Asset Management.

In his new role, Olivier will oversee the acquisition and disposal of real estate assets in France for MIMCO Asset Management's funds and clients. He will also support the Group's teams operating on funds that acquire or dispose of German, Luxembourg and more widely European assets.

"We are very pleased to welcome Olivier to our team. His experienced profile is a solid asset to ensure the development of our French subsidiary MIMCO Asset Management, which has been growing exponentially since its creation in May 2021. "comments Christophe Nadal, co-founder and CEO of MIMCO Capital.

A specialist in real estate investments

Olivier joins the MIMCO Group with over 10 years of experience.

Olivier started his career at AEW Europe as an asset manager and then joined the Nuveen team, where he successively held the positions of Portfolio Manager France, Investment Manager France and Investment Manager – Alternatives Europe.

"Olivier's arrival is an important step in the structuring of our teams. With his experience and know-how, Olivier will be able to provide us with many keys to ensure the continuity of our business development in France and across our other European teams. "Ara Adjennian, Managing Director and Partner of MIMCO AM, adds.

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With over 1.3 billion euros in assets under management by 2023, the MIMCO Group is pursuing its pan‑European growth and development strategy.


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