My professional and human vocation is strictly related to the improvement of the Ecclesiastical asset management for serving the Mission in a more effective way. Although I was trained in a certain environment to which I am grateful, I do not belong to any specific Church’s Institute, I am a simple layman. This autonomy allows me to interact constructively with everyone, fully understanding their needs, objectives and charisms. I was able to lead many initiatives and projects for adding value to the Ecclesiastical assets and properties over time. In addition, international private groups and companies interested in real estate request my collaboration to find assets - belonging to the world of Catholic Institutes - that require requalification and regeneration interventions.
The approach based on transparency and expertise is part of my style. I offer solutions to my clients in the decision-making process, providing tools for a proper governance, but I never replace the competent bodies of each Institute. In recent years, my professional activities have been concentrated mainly between Italy and Spain. In particular, it is easy to note the marked feature of universality of the Ecclesiastical and Religious Bodies which makes them truly global and I have consequently become international with them. Thanks to the gift of having received an interdisciplinary training, a lay mentality and through some relevant professional experiences, I have been able to get a deep vision of the Mission and the Church Organization related to the economic dynamics of the Institutes involved.
University of Valladolid - Spain
Pontifical University of the Holy Cross – Rome - Thesis in Patrimonial Law: “The patrimonial dimension of the apostolic enterprises of the laity. Asset management foundations for the Church’s institutional purposes”
General Management Program (PDG) - IESE Business School - Madrid - Spain
Alla Ricerca del Nuovo RE d’Italia - Considerazioni su una nuova Leadership del Real Estate italiano - Settimanale Il Quotidiano Immobiliare - April 25, 2020
Dall’Emergenza alla Rinascita – Spunti per un Nuovo Rinascimento Italiano e globale - Settimanale Il Quotidiano Immobiliare - March 21, 2020
Il Patrimonio Immobiliare degli Enti Ecclesiastici - Rivista del UCID Unione Cristiana Imprenditori Dirigenti - January 2015
Mattoni Sacri: Colloqui sul Patrimonio Ecclesiastico - Settimanale di Quotidiano Immobiliare n.64 - May 24, 2014
Il Bel Paese siamo Noi – Articolo su Il Settimanale di Quotidiano Immobiliare - March 9, 2013
Per un nuovo Rinascimento Immobiliare Italiano – Interview at Rivista RE Reale Estate n.85 - February 2011
Questioni Patrimoniali in tempi di crisi - Il Consulente RE - January 2009
Emergenza Abitativa in Italia. Proposte per un nuovo Social Housing ed il ruolo decisivo degli Enti morali senza finalità di lucro - Il Consulente RE - May 2008
Dinamiche Patrimoniali nella Chiesa ed universalità patrimoniale - Il Consulente RE - April 2008
Questioni Patrimoniali nella/della Chiesa - Il Consulente RE - March 2008
Thesis Correlator "Analysis of the real estate assets of health and social-health structures belonging to or attributable to religious world" - Politecnico di Milano - May 2015
Participation in numerous conventions and events on artistic, historical, cultural heritage and real estate between Italy and Spain
The Group is specialized in Integrated Asset Management assisting Religious and Ecclesiastical Bodies in accomplish their own Mission. Rinascimento Gruop aims to support individuals, companies and groups to reach the targets through an interdisciplinary, sustainable, international vision enriched by a Christian Humanism values background.
Real Estate Developer focused on profitability, regeneration, requalification and transformation of Religious and Ecclesiastical Bodies assets for serving the Mission and the pursued purposes. Collaboration for structured projects of special relevance in real estate, finance and art, including for individuals, companies and groups.
Energy efficiency and saving operations development through the promotion of circular economy and regenerative bioeconomy models inspired by the virtuous path traced by the encyclical Laudato Si’ of Pope Francis for the accountability of the laity committed to the creation of a new economy fully sustainable and capable of taking care of the Common House.
The Permanent Observatory on Ecclesiastical Assets is the ripe fruit of more than 25 years of experience in promoting knowledge of ecclesiastical assets and property within the Church and outside of it, and contributing to the increase of collegiality in the governance of Ecclesiastical assets so that they may better serve the Church’s Mission and the specific aims for which they were created, purchased and donated.
Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors Fellow.