Jean-Maxime Jouis, Director in charge of Fund Management, is joining the management board of BNP Paribas REIM France. He will be supported by Paul Darribère, appointed Deputy Head of Fund Management.
Jean-Maxime joined BNP Paribas REIM France in 2007, after graduating with a Masters in Management from ESSEC. He has successively been a financial analyst, junior Fund Manager, Fund Manager and then Head of Fund Management. He is now Director in charge of Fund Management for BNP Paribas REIM France.
Since 2018, he has sat on the management board of BNP Paribas REIM France as a invitee and has contributed as such to all the main annual meetings on strategy, budget allocation and resource definition.
“His operational and managerial abilities as well as his total dedication to the company, among other qualities, made him an obvious choice for a full seat on the management board” said Sigrid Duhamel, CEO of BNP Paribas REIM France.
There are now five members on the management board of BNP Paribas REIM France:
• Sigrid Duhamel, Chief Executive Officer
• Sylvie Pitticco, Deputy General manager in charge of Finances & Corporate Activities
• Cyril de Francqueville, Deputy General manager in charge of the Fund Management divisions, Fund Raising, Development & Marketing
• Guillaume Delattre, Deputy General manager in charge of Asset Management, Investment & Divestment
• Jean-Maxime Jouis, Director in charge of Fund Management
Jean-Maxime Jouis will be supported in his role by Paul Darribère, who is appointed Deputy Head of Fund Management.
After working for Ernst & Young Transaction Services, then for the Corporate Finance team of Hammerson and at Articular Inversiones (real estate investment engineering) in Latin America, Paul joined BNP Paribas REIM France in 2013, as Fund Manager then Fund Management team leader. As the deputy head of Fund Management, he will notably oversee the thematic funds (SCPI, OPPCI and dedicated funds) of the asset manager, in the Office, Hospitality, Retail, Health and Residential asset categories. Paul Darribère is a graduate of EDHEC and the London School of Economics.