Actors and Events in the sector


The Authorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF) regulates the actors and the products of the French financial market. It regulates, authorizes, monitors and, when it is necessary, controls, investigates and sanctions. It also monitors the good information to investors and accompanies them, if necessary, thanks to the AMF ombudsman.

Banque de France

The Banque de France is the French pillar of the Eurosystem, a federal system formed by the European Central Bank and the national central banks of the euro area.

Its three main missions are monetary strategy, financial stability and the provision of economic services to the community.

With regard to financial stability, the Banque de France plays a dual role of protection and supervision. It's in this context that Portfolio Management Companies have an obligation to report to the Bank of France and to the ECB (EUROPEAN CENTRAL BANK).



IEIF (Institut de l’Epargne Immobilière et Foncière) is an institute for research and studies in the real estate economy.

It provides information, analyses and forecasts on markets and real estate investments in France and in Europe. It's constituted by four complementary poles: SCPI, OPCI, highly-rated Real estate, Real estate and a club " Analysis and Forecast ".

IEIF is also the forum for reflection of the real estate and finance professionals.


MSCI, is a key provider of performance benchmarks regarding invesment in real estate performance, analyses, market indicators, risk management tools and studies aimed at real estate owners, institutional investors, administrators, lessors and users. 

MSCI provides a department of portfolio analysis, a resarch unit and publications stemming from private and public sectors worlwide.

Operating in more than 32 countries including most of Europe, the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Japan, our indications establish the measure of real estate efficiency  which is the most recognized worldwide.


The role of real estate in the economic equation is changing.

The priority of industry players is now to manage risk as new revenue streams open up, helped by new drivers including:

  • Evolving new technology and human behaviour, which is transforming the nature of real estate as an investment, and as a product or service we use as consumers.
  • People centricity as a key factor for growing a successful business.
  • Government regulation pushing sustainability up the real estate agenda as energy prices rise and the impact of climate change becomes real.
  • The need for investors and owners to improve asset performance and manage the broader range of risks emerging.

The real estate industry has a whole new cycle to work with over the next 30 years, fostering a lasting, positive impact in each and every built environment.
As MIPIM 2019 celebrates its 30th edition, the main theme for our Conference Programme is Engaging the Future, a unique opportunity to envision the next 30 years under the lens of ‘sustainability’: an enabler for economic growth, sustainable performance and community cohesion.

We look at how to choose the best strategies for:

  • Long-term benefit
  • Ensuring quality of life
  • Optimising the use of existing resources

For this special edition, MIPIM more than ever focuses on global and societal topics impacting the real estate industry. The Conference Programme offers food for thought, strategic insights and solution-oriented tools, with leaders from around the world, and influential doers and makers from across the real estate industry.
Join us at MIPM 2019 to ‘engage’ the future!

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