Frédéric Vern is a Rouen University (private law), Leuven University (European commercial law) and Sciences-Po Paris graduate, a qualified attorney and an associate professor at Sciences-Po Paris. Following several years as a lawyer with Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer (2002-2007) and Mayer Brown (2007-2010), he joined Ivanhoé Cambridge Europe in May 2010, serving as Vice President Legal Affairs Europe. In 2017, Frédéric Vern joined Gecina to head up all corporate and real estate legal functions, as well as the Board’s secretary’s office. He has been appointed General Secretary on 1st March 2019. has been appointed General Secretary, in charge of the legal department and the Board secretary’s office. He also oversees Gecina’s company foundation.
On September 20, and for the third consecutive year, all of Gecina’s staff devoted one day of their work time to support various charities, this time at different sites across Paris and[...]
October 3, 2019
Gecina becomes a grand Sponsor for Fondation du patrimoine’s “Plus jamais ça!” fundraising campaign with a 5 million euro donation
Gecina is proud to announce 5 million euro sponsorship set up between its company foundation and the Fondation du patrimoine heritage foundation in connection with the ”Plus jamais ça!”[...]
Paris, France, June 17, 2019
Gecina is continuing to develop its range of services by offering its customers a solution to sign their leases electronically. Extended to cover all its residential buildings and student[...]
Paris, France, May 9, 2019
Gecina to recover €55m of damages following the criminal conviction of its former manager, Joaquín Rivero
After nearly 10 years of proceedings, Gecina has been awarded part of the damages caused to it by the unlawful actions of its former manager (2005-2010), Joaquín Rivero.
Paris, France, December 5, 2018
Frédéric Vern, 40, is a Sciences-Po Paris graduate, a qualified attorney and an associate professor at Sciences-Po Paris. Following several years as a lawyer with Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer[...]
July 10, 2017