Véronique Donnadieu appointed Chief Executive of the ASPIM
Véronique Donnadieu is joining the Association française des sociétés de placement immobilier (ASPIM) as Chief Executive. This appointment follows a decision made by the ASPIM Board of Directors who unanimously voted for Chairman Fréderic Bôl's proposal to appoint Véronique Donnadieu as the successor to Arnaud Dewachter.
She holds a DESS (diploma of post graduate specialised higher education) as a European lawyer from university Paris XII and today she is a specialist in European institutional affairs. Veronique's previous positions were as Director of European and international affairs at the AMAFI (French association of financial markets) and European affairs adviser at the CLCV (Association for consumers, housing and quality of life).
Frédéric Bôl, ASPIM chairman, said: "Véronique's arrival should give the Association a new boost to the continuation and build-up of the Road Map especially for internalising the functioning and collection of members' data, the development of a training service or even the setting up of European lobbying. In Europe, it is important that our sector is clearly identified and well represented at the Commission and at the Parliament in Brussels so that the specificities of property fund management are taken into account. Véronique will help us to take this step in the route map that I have drawn up with the ASPIM Board of Directors."
Today, Véronique Donnadieu says she is "happy to join the Association and to make the voice heard of a profession and a sector that are today fully committed to encouraging responsible investment and that are determinedly facing the needs of society.".