Federica has 23 years of experience in Italian real estate market; she had been serving CBRE between 2002 and 2020, as Head of Building Consultancy and Sustainability – Italy. Her day by day activity is focused on planning and motivating human resources and activities in consulting international investors, in acquisitions and sale of real estate assets, on an average of three to four billion worth assets per year since 2014, maintaining a leading market share position since then.
Federica joined the JLL Italy team on March 2021 as Head of Building Consultancy team in Project and Development Services Department. She has a long track experience in Technical Advisory, Strategic Analysis, Feasibility Studies, Technical Due Diligence, Project Monitoring, New Development Management, Sustainability. These activities are focused on property acquisitions and disposal, particularly for international investors, covering office, retail and leisure, hotels, student housing, industrial assets and portfolios. Construction, legal, town planning and sustainability skills are blended to provide a comprehensive real estate advice to investors in transactions and property management. She has been developing sustainability projects for international investors, from energy assessment through all certification path, in offices, logistic projects and health Care projects. The protocols include LEED, WELL and BREEAM.
Since 2008, Federica had been lecturer at MaRef, Master in Real Estate Finance at LUISS, Business School of Economics, in Rome, for the course of Technical Real Estate Advisory: Technical Due Diligence. In 2021, Federica offered a course on Technical Due Diligence to the Illimity Academy
Federica is a member of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors and she has contributed to the European professional guidance on due diligence, as Italian representative. The “RICS, Technical Due Diligence Guidance Notes” was published in 2011.
Since 2018, Federica has represented RICS at the Italian roundtable for guidelines of EeMaP, Energy Efficient Mortgage Action Plan, a Horizon2020 program, lead by European Federation of Mortgages(EFM), whose activity aims at reducing CO2 emissions of European Real Estate Sector, through the creation of a new financial instrument: the Green Mortgage
Jointly with IAUV, Federica published on Sustainability, December 2018, a research on the value of green assets in Milan “Does Sustainability Affect Real Estate Market Values? Empirical Evidence from the Office Buildings Market in Milan (Italy)”, based on market transaction data.
In September 2019, Federica joined EEFIG, Energy Efficiency Finance Institution Group, a work platform created jointly by European Commission, DG for Energy, and United Nations Environment Program Finance Initiative (UNEP FI); aim of the platform is to create an open dialogue between public and private financial institutions to propose policy and market solutions to the long-term financing for energy efficiency. Federica was selected to be part of the working group for Multiple Benefits of Energy Efficiency, with the aim on investigating the topic and producing papers.