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Etienne Prongue
Chief Executive Officer Advisory UK

Biography of Etienne PRONGUE

Etienne Prongué is Chief Executive Officer Advisory UK

"At BNP Paribas Real Estate, people are at the heart of our business. Our added value lies is the expertise of each individual. It is through our combined global and local skills and expertise that we can provide reliable advice that matters to our clients and the society in which we operate."

Etienne Prongue - Chief Executive Officer Advisory UK

 

Biography

  • Year of Birth: 1973

  • Nationality: French and English

  • Social Media: LinkedIn

Etienne Prongue

Professional background

Etienne Prongué joined BNP Paribas Real Estate in Paris in 2005 and specialised in advising foreign investors in France. In 2008, Etienne Prongué's role within BNP Real Estate took on a pan-European scope and, in 2014; he was appointed Director of the International Investment Group. He participated in the development of the International Investment Group, which grew from three people in 2013 to 28 investment specialists in 2017 based in Europe, the Middle East and Asia. During this same period, Etienne Prongué also became responsible for the relationship between BNP Paribas Real Estate, BNP Paribas Wealth Management and CIB. He was also behind the creation of pan-European investment cells specialised in logistics and retail. In 2017, following the acquisition of Strutt & Parker in the UK, he was appointed Deputy Chief Executive Officer Advisory UK. In 2020, he was appointed Chief Executive Officer Advisory UK.

 

Education

He holds a degree in Urban Estate Management from Kingston University in the UK.