Chief Executive Officer
As CEO since 2020, Etienne Prongué provides strategic direction and leadership and drives the growth and productivity of BNP Paribas Real Estate UK.
Etienne has 25 years’ experience in the transactional side of the business advising institutional investors, pension funds and developers and connecting cross-border investment opportunities.
While an investment broker for BNP Paribas Real Estate’s International Investment Group (IIG) in Paris, he worked on numerous landmark instructions, including the disposal of Google’s London HQ for £320m to AXA Investment Managers and the disposal of 9 Vendôme in Paris for €1bn to NBIM.
The Vendome deal won him two Property Investor Europe Awards - Best Broker Deal and Best Office Deal of the Year in 2016.
While leading BNP Paribas Real Estate’s International Investment Group (IIG), he grew the team from three to 28 specialists across EMEA, advising global investors on real estate opportunities in all asset classes across the region.
Etienne returned to the UK as Deputy CEO of BNP Paribas Real Estate UK and Head of Commercial in 2017.
ESG forms a key component of the business strategy he’s putting forward as CEO, investing in resources so BNP Paribas Real Estate can achieve goals to be proud of. He is a member of the UKGBC.
As part of the drive to better diversity and inclusion, Etienne has overseen the publishing of BNP Paribas Real Estate UK’s diversity pay gap alongside the gender pay gap and is a member of Real Estate Balance’s CEO Commitments on Diversity.
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