The real estate sector accounts for 20 percent of Italian GDP and is the main form of investment for individuals and entrepreneurs in our country. The Hospitality and retail sectors have been severely penalised, which has made (looking at the long term) real estate the preferred sector for institutional investors thanks to new investment channels – such as the NPL market (non-performing loans) and the changing demands of a market that force real estate to respond to the need for flexibility, new ways of using space, urban redevelopment, and the strengthening of digital connectivity between cities and residential and professional centres.
The real estate sector is, today, undergoing an enormous transformation that requires managers capable of managing hugely complex strategic assets, among others, NPL. Priority is given to legal, insolvency and bank credit management skills, ranging from investment analysis and evaluation of economic and financial performance to property management, marketing and redevelopment of real estate A therefore vast and diverse field of action aimed at enhancing the value of real estate. In a scenario that demands the highest levels of technical skill, we at Onexecutive identify top real estate managers who also have the important transversal skills of leadership, strategic vision, and planning, as well as interpersonal and communication skills for the enhancement of professional relations and business.