Jérôme Dulon joined QUAERO CAPITAL (France) SAS in 2019 as Director of Asset Management.
He started his career in 2011 as an Asset Manager with LFPI REIM before joining PERIAL Asset Management in 2015 to supervise the operations and drive the development of institutional funds’ real estate assets, as well as managing all the Shop assets. On the back of his results, he was promoted Head of Asset Management to manage a team of 5 Asset Managers, representing a diversified portfolio of nearly EUR 2.5bn (shops, offices, retirement homes, childcare centres and workshops) located throughout France.
Jérôme Dulon holds a Master in Real Estate Financial Engineering from ESPI (Ecole Supérieure des professions immobilières).
Olivier Lutz joined QUAERO CAPITAL (France) SAS in 2017 as Fund Manager to create and develop the Real Estate department.
He mainly participates in the structuring of funds and in investment and asset management.
He previously worked at PERIAL Asset Management for 4 years in the Institutional division, where he oversaw the creation and management of 4 REITs for a total AUM of EUR 350m. He also has previous experience as an analyst at Amundi Real Estate.
Olivier has a MSc specialized in asset management from Kedge Business School. He is also a graduate from Euromed Marseille and Tongji University, Shanghai.
Jean-François Marie joined Quaero Capital (France) SAS in September 2017 as Managing Director in order to launch and develop the Real Estate activity. He is mainly active in structuring the investment vehicles, raising capital and developing investor relations. He is also a member of the Manager Selection Committee of the Fonds de Réserve pour les Retraites and board member of the OLETIS hotel company.
Prior to that, he developed an advisory activity for real estate and hotel investments with large institutional investors and family offices through his company Monge Finance. Previously, he held several executive management positions with BRED, Banque de Gestion Privée, Banque Worms and Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations.
He holds a degree from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques in Paris and is a former ENA student.