Michaël started his career in commercial property in 2003 working within the teams of Unibail as an asset manager of a portfolio of regional shopping centres with a value in excess of 1 billion euros.
In 2006, he joined the acquisitions department at Hammerson France, before developing his career by taking responsibility for asset management of the group’s French portfolio, valued at 3 billion euros, as well as acquisitions, disposals and development.
In 2017, he became Chief Development Officer and a member of the board of directors at the Klépierre group, Europe’s second-largest publicly listed mall operator, with assets valued at more than 23 billion euros. In this capacity, he led renovation projects for the group’s assets, as well as the development of a portfolio of 30 mixed-use projects (retail, housing, offices…) representing an investment of 4 billion euros, in 10 European countries.
Michaël was nominated in 2019 and 2020 in the Institut Choiseul research centre’s City of tomorrow rankings, which names the young leaders aged 40 and under who are inventing the city of the future.
Degree : Engineer graduate from Ecole Centrale Paris