Kervis SGR is the AIFM entity dedicated to the management of funds reserved to international institutional investors of primary standing.
Kervis SGR currently manages funds with specific focus on value add and core products investing in commercial real estate, logistic and residential sectors.
Kervis SGR operates since 2019 and was established to complete Kervis’ business offer to its investors.
Kervis SGR team is composed of a wide range of professionals with background from international principal investment experience. The lean organization ensures the focus of senior partners to deliver flexibility and performance.
This area coordinates all investment activities related to the managed funds, ensuring that these activities are coherent with the guidelines provided by the Board of Directors. It also takes care of the relationships with suppliers (property manager, facility manager, etc.). The CEO oversees this area with two senior professionals.
This area manages the administrative and the financial part of Kervis SGR and the managed funds. It also takes care of the relationships with the external providers, such as the depositary bank
Kervis SGR outsource some non-core activities, in particular:
Accounting, supervisory reports, NAV calculation to Caceis Investor Services.
with more than 25 years of real estate investment experience, provides the company with institutional standing and origination opportunities through his broad and capillary network
who oversees of the execution of the strategies approved by the Board of Directors. He dedicates the majority of his time to the management of Kervis SGR
Andrea Conso, with more than 20 years of professional experience, who internally monitors the activity of Kervis SGR and oversees the anti money-laundering function.
Kervis SGR has set up an Allocation Committee with a purpose to establish a formal process to manage the allocation of investment opportunities across the funds.
The Allocation Committee is composed by 4 members and is chaired by Giacomo Lurani Cernuschi who brings more than 25 years of experience in the sector.
The fund targets the purchase of properties to be renovated or converted to office, residential and/or commercial use.
The Fund targets the purchase of properties, including greenfield, with value added profile, to be developed, renovated or converted to logistic use.
The Fund targets the purchase of properties, with value added yielding primarily residential properties (PRS), to be developed or renovated primarily for residential use.
The Fund targets the purchase of Properties, with opportunistic profile, to be restored and/or reconverted for residential, office, hotel and retail use.
The Company has adopted a Code of Ethics and an Organisational, Management and Control Model, as provided for in Legislative Decree 231/2001 on the “regulation of the administrative liability of legal persons, companies and associations, including those without legal personality”.
Kervis SGR since ever shares and promotes ethical principles of legality, integrity, and non-discrimination, as well as a commitment to sustainable development and responsibility towards the community.