Company and Pan-European Platform

The Company

DeA Capital Real Estate SGR S.p.A. is the Asset Management Company leader in Italy, specialised in real estate Alternative Investment Funds (AIF). It manages Euro 12.6 billion assets through 55 real estate funds and one SICAF, 2 of which are listed in the MIV segment of the Italian Stock Exchange.

DeA Capital Real Estate SGR S.p.A. is a leader in the Italian real estate market, with assets consisting of 1,000 properties, 70% of which are located in Rome and Milan, and an important portfolio of Partners, consisting of about 100 Italian and international institutional investors.

Since January 2019, the AMC has adhered to the PRI, a United Nations initiative created in 2006 to promote the adoption of ESG principles in asset management. Adherence to ESG values is a natural consequence of the company’s management model that values investments, the environment, social commitment and governance.

Real Estate Funds
Italian Real Estate
12.6 billion

The Platform and Foreign Companies

DeA Capital Real Estate SGR S.p.A. is part of the pan-European Alternative Asset Management platform of the DeA Capital Group.

DeA Capital S.p.A. is the independent platform, leader in the Alternative Asset Management sector, with investment activities in Private Equity and Real Estate, Euro 25,6 billion AUM, over 450 Investors, 90 Funds and 250 Employees.

After the activation of the new companies in France, in the Iberian Peninsula and Poland, the internationalisation of the Group continues with the début in Germany, also through Group subsidiaries and investees of local Senior Management Teams, with significant experience in the sector.

The objective is to create a pan-European investment platform with the aim of investing in all sectors and with a diversified investment risk profile, from Opportunistic to Value-Add to Core+, on behalf of the Group and also for Institutional Investors. The Platform plans to complete the development plan in target markets, with Luxembourg.

DeA Capital Platform

23 billion
Rome, Via Mercadante