Notre équipe

We are over 170 experts in 10 offices across Europe, USA and Asia.

Our senior team

Étienne Cadestin

Fondateur & CEO Mondial

Etienne founded Longevity Partners in 2015. Previously, Etienne worked for Knight Frank, JLL and the United Nations Environment Program (the leading environmental authority that sets global environmental agendas).

Etienne founded Longevity Partners in 2015. Previously, Etienne worked for Knight Frank, JLL and the United Nations Environment Program (the leading environmental authority that sets global environmental agendas).

Etienne has over ten years of experience in sustainable real estate investment and strategy. He currently advises the largest real estate investment companies in Europe and sits on the board of directors of Orée, France’s leading think tank on biodiversity, circular economy and ESG reporting.

2019, Etienne won the EG Awards in the “Future of Real Estate” category. Previously, Etienne was chosen as a “Rising Star in Real Estate” by Estate Gazette and has been nominated for numerous awards among the most active young leaders in the sustainability and real estate sectors. He regularly speaks at high profile events, outlining his vision for smart cities, carbon neutral buildings, workplace well-being and the future of the real estate industry.

Etienne is a graduate of the London School of Economics. A keen sportsman, Etienne has run nine marathons and enjoys playing tennis, sailing, skiing, cycling and golf. He is married and the father of a daughter and a son.

Ed Wealend

Chief Innovation Officer

Ed joined Longevity in September 2022, after 15 years of experience as an engineering consultant. Ed brings with him extensive international experience, including 5 years in the Asia-Pac region.

Ed joined Longevity in September 2022, after 15 years of experience as an engineering consultant. Ed brings with him extensive international experience, including 5 years in the Asia-Pac region. As Group Technical Director, Ed spearheads the technical optimization of our services. He is an expert in many areas including building energy efficiency, asset and portfolio level carbon reduction strategies, passive design, heritage buildings and air quality.

Bernard d'Arche

Directeur Général du Bureau Français

Bernard joined Longevity Partners in 2020 as Commercial Director before being appointed Managing Director of Longevity Partners France & Belux in 2023. He graduated with an MBA from IE Business School in Madrid, and also has a a BA in Philosophy and Economics from McGill University in Montreal, Canada.

Bernard joined Longevity Partners in 2020 as Commercial Director before being appointed Managing Director of Longevity Partners France & Belux in 2023. Before joining Longevity Partners, he contributed to the sustainable reconstruction process of the city of Lac-Mégantic, Quebec, Canada destroyed in 2013 by a train carrying 7 million liters of crude oil. He holds an MBA from IE Business School in Madrid, and also holds a BA in Philosophy and Economics from McGill University in Montreal, Canada.

Caitriona Hunter

Directeur Général du Bureau UK

Caitriona Hunter joined Longevity Partners in London as Managing Director UK following a 25-year tenure as an Investment Manager at CBRE IM. She has extensive experience in real estate fund management, fund structuring, capital raising and asset management.

Caitriona Hunter joined Longevity Partners in London as Managing Director UK following a 25-year tenure as an Investment Manager at CBRE IM. She has extensive experience in real estate fund management, fund structuring, capital raising and asset management.

Caitriona is passionate about the ESG impact of real estate assets from an environmental and social impact perspective. She believes that real estate must address its impact on the environment and that quantifying and understanding what is needed will act as a catalyst for change.

Roger Toussaint

Directeur Général du Bureau Néerlandais

Active in the field of sustainable urban development since 2012, Roger joined Longevity Partners as Managing Director for the Netherlands.

Active in the field of sustainable urban development since 2012, Roger joined Longevity Partners as Managing Director for the Netherlands. He holds a bachelor’s degree in regional development and innovation and a master’s degree in sustainable development – environmental governance.
 
Roger joined Longevity Partners at OPPS, where he worked as a public procurement consultant on integrated contracts (DBFMO) for sustainable and healthy buildings. Previously, he worked for TNO (the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research) on climate resilient cities. Roger is strongly motivated to accelerate the transition to sustainable cities through strategic advice, benchmarking and networking people, initiatives and innovations.
In addition to his sustainability work, Roger is a member of the board of Stichting Flor Ayuda, a Dutch charitable foundation for underprivileged children in Guatemala. Roger is a tennis player, coffee drinker, movie buff and has a passion for photography.

Kemmu Kawai

Country Director Japan

Kemmu Kawai joined Longevity Partners Japan in September 2022 as Managing Director. Based in Tokyo, he oversees all operations and activities in Japan, as well as the Asia-Pacific region and beyond.

Kemmu Kawai joined Longevity Partners Japan in September 2022 as Managing Director. Based in Tokyo, he oversees all operations and activities in Japan, as well as the Asia-Pacific region and beyond. He has over 16 years of experience in finance where he specialized in real estate and credit investments. Prior to joining Longevity Partners, he was a portfolio manager at Norinchukin Bank and an investment manager at Center Point Development. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree with a major in Accounting and Finance from the University of Sydney.

Laure Ferrand

Directrice de Longevity Transaction Services

Laure Ferrand a rejoint Longevity Partners en debut 2020 en tant que consultante senior en énergie et durabilité, forte de plusieurs années d’expérience dans les contrats de performance énergétique pour une grande entreprise du CAC40. Laure a repris la direction de l’antenne française en 2021 avant d’être nommée directrice de Longevity Transaction Services en 2023.

She joined Longevity Partners in early 2020 as a senior energy and sustainability consultant, with several years of experience in energy performance contracts for a large CAC40 company. With a master’s degree in engineering and an MBA, she has acquired skills to carry out large-scale energy projects. She also pursued a 3-year entrepreneurial journey before joining Longevity, adding to her business and strategic thinking skills.

Laure is a ‘business doing good’ activist and a supporter of innovation.

 
 

 

 

Anthony Maguire

Directeur de Longevity Power

Anthony Maguire est directeur de notre filiale, Longevity Power. Anthony a rejoint Longevity en 2017, après avoir travaillé précédemment pour l’équipe Upstream de JLL où il se concentrait sur les solutions de durabilité dans le secteur de l’immobilier commercial.

Anthony Maguire est directeur de notre filiale, Longevity Power. Anthony a rejoint Longevity en 2017, après avoir travaillé précédemment pour l’équipe Upstream de JLL où il se concentrait sur les solutions de durabilité dans le secteur de l’immobilier commercial. Depuis qu’il a rejoint Longevity, il a contribué au développement de nos services principaux entourant les énergies renouvelables sur site et hors site et le déploiement de la charge des véhicules électriques, et a supervisé avec succès l’installation de nombreux projets. Anthony considère que la transition vers une énergie propre doit être traitée comme une opportunité et, en tant que directeur de Longevity Power, son rôle est de trouver des solutions pour s’assurer que les investisseurs immobiliers et les occupants commerciaux sont en mesure de réaliser pleinement le potentiel de cette opportunité.

Anthony est titulaire d’un MSc en technologie environnementale de l’Imperial College de Londres et d’une licence en géographie de l’University College London.

Stan Tornaros

Directrice - Building Optimisation & Sustainable Design

Stan a rejoint notre bureau de Londres en tant que directeur de l’optimisation des bâtiments et de la conception durable.

Stan a rejoint notre bureau de Londres en tant que directeur de l’optimisation des bâtiments et de la conception durable. Avec plus de 18 ans d’expérience dans les opérations et un solide bagage en matière de durabilité, de MEP à faible teneur en carbone, d’efficacité énergétique et d’énergie renouvelable, Stan apporte une grande expertise à notre entreprise. Stan jouera un rôle de premier plan en collaborant avec des clients de tous les secteurs et de toutes les régions afin d’atteindre leurs objectifs de réduction des émissions de carbone et d’améliorer les performances en matière de développement durable.

Carolin Meier

Directrice Associée - ESG Strategy

Carolin Meier a rejoint Longevity Partners en décembre 2021. En tant que directrice associée – Stratégie ESG, elle dirige les services de stratégie du cabinet, à l’échelle mondiale. Avec son équipe, elle conseille sur les stratégies ESG et leur mise en œuvre, les feuilles de route net-zéro basées sur la science et la valeur sociale dans le paysage de l’immobilier et des infrastructures.

Carolin Meier a rejoint Longevity Partners en décembre 2021. En tant que directrice associée – Stratégie ESG, elle dirige les services de stratégie du cabinet, à l’échelle mondiale. Avec son équipe, elle conseille sur les stratégies ESG et leur mise en œuvre, les feuilles de route net-zéro basées sur la science et la valeur sociale dans le paysage de l’immobilier et des infrastructures.

Avec sept ans d’expérience en tant qu’architecte, elle est experte dans la conception, le développement et la gestion de la qualité de la construction de projets complexes et de grande envergure. Elle a réalisé deux des projets de construction les plus remarquables de Suisse pour le cabinet d’architecture Herzog & de Meuron, de renommée mondiale et lauréat du prix Pritzker.

Titulaire d’une licence et d’une maîtrise en architecture, elle a été inspirée par une approche de l’architecture centrée sur la sociologie, la phénoménologie, la psychologie, l’impact environnemental et la responsabilité concernant chaque aspect du développement et de la réalisation de l’environnement bâti. Au cours de sa formation et de son parcours professionnel, elle a acquis une expérience précieuse dans la mise en œuvre de solutions durables ainsi que dans l’efficacité et la précision des processus de projet intégrant des outils tels que la modélisation des données du bâtiment, la conception paramétrique et la préfabrication numérique.

La curiosité insatiable de Carolin pour la nature, le climat, la sociologie et la psychologie la pousse à se préoccuper de la santé environnementale et humaine, ce qui l’incite à s’efforcer de développer des bâtiments et des villes durables et résistants, filtrés à l’échelle humaine.

Agathe Kuhn

Directrice Associée - Politique et Réglementation

Agathe Kuhn is our Associate Policy and Regulatory Director. She joined Longevity Partners as a senior policy consultant in 2021.

Agathe Kuhn is our Associate Director, Policy and Regulation. She joined Longevity Partners as a senior policy consultant in 2021. She previously worked at the Climate Group and the European Climate Foundation, where she developed strong expertise in the field of climate and sustainability, putting the focus on policy analysis, resource mobilization and project management.

She holds a master’s degree in political science and European politics from Sciences Po Grenoble.

Olivia O'Brien

Directrice Associée - Résilience Climatique

Olivia O’Brien is Associate Director, Climate Resilience, at Longevity Partners, since 2022.

Olivia O’Brien est Directrice Associée, Résilience Climatique, chez Longevity Partners, depuis 2022. Elle a rejoint Longevity Partners en 2018 après avoir obtenu une maîtrise en français et géographie de l’Université de St Andrews en Ecosse, avec une spécialisation en sciences politiques du changement climatique. Avant d’occuper ce poste chez Longevity Partners, elle a travaillé au développement de moyens de subsistance durables dans les zones rurales du Nicaragua et, avec le Programme des Nations Unies pour l’environnement (Genève).

Olivia est une passionnée de voyages et de sport qui joue au hockey depuis son plus jeune âge tout en pratiquant la course, le ski et la randonnée sur de longues distances.

Tom Lawton

Directrice Associée - Reporting ESG & Data Management

Tom Lawton a rejoint Longevity Partners en 2023 en tant que responsable du reporting ESG et du Data Management au niveau mondial.

Tom Lawton a rejoint Longevity Partners en 2023 en tant que responsable du reporting ESG et du Data Management au niveau mondial. Il a une expérience dans l’immobilier, la mise en œuvre d’une stratégie robuste de gestion des données et la production de rapports ESG pour les parties prenantes au sein d’une entreprise multinationale de retail. Auparavant, il a travaillé en tant que consultant, aidant des entreprises de toutes tailles dans divers secteurs d’activité à développer, intégrer et améliorer la gestion des données et à garantir la transparence et la précision des rapports.

Stefano Capacci

Consultant Senior - Responsable du pôle Finance Durable

Stefano Capacci is our Head of Sustainable Finance, serving clients on green loans and bonds, responsible investment strategies, and integration of ESG portfolios.

Stefano Capacci is our Head of Sustainable Finance, serving clients on green loans and bonds, responsible investment strategies, and integration of ESG portfolios. Stefano joined Longevity Partners in 2021, after working in NGO management and consulting. Stefano’s goal is to create a positive environmental impact through ESG advice.

Our Board of Directors

Roger Baumann

Directeur Non-executif et Président du Comité de Rémunération

Roger Baumann joined Longevity in 2019 as non-executive director and chairman of the remuneration committee. Roger Baumann has 20 years of experience in real estate, consulting, product development, IT, finance, sustainability and operations.

Roger Baumann joined Longevity in 2019 as non-executive director and chairman of the remuneration committee. Roger Baumann has 20 years of experience in real estate, consulting, product development, IT, finance, sustainability and operations. He most recently served as COO and Head of Sustainability, Global Real Estate at Credit Suisse Asset Management in Zurich, Switzerland, and Managing Director of Credit Suisse’s German arm, Credit Suisse Asset Management KAG, based in Frankfurt. He has just joined the Zurich Insurance Group Ltd. as COO & Head Product Development Global Real Estate based in Zurich on September 30, 2019. Roger graduated in civil engineering from ETH Zurich and holds an international MBA from the State University of New York. Additionally, he is a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (MRICS) and of the European Investment Committee of the CRREM (EU-funded Carbon Risk Monitor) research project.

Clémence Bechu

Membre du Conseil d'administration Longevity Partners France & Belux

Associate director of the urban planning and architecture agency Bechu & Associés, Clémence joined the board of directors of Longevity Partners as a senior advisor in 2021.

Associate director of the urban planning and architecture agency Bechu & Associés, Clémence joined the board of directors of Longevity Partners as a senior advisor in 2021. Graduated with an MSG from the University of Dauphine Paris, then with a Master’s degree in international project management from ESCP, Clémence spent two years in China in 2003-2004, where she notably worked for the agency on the renovation project for the Qianmen district in Beijing, with a view to of the 2008 Olympics. 

Elle a ensuite fait ses armes de conseil en stratégie chez Capgemini Consulting, avant de fonder en 2009 une start-up de logistique urbaine innovante, WineSitting. Elle a enfin rejoint l’agence en 2014, au sein de laquelle elle pilote la mise en place d’une stratégie de développement axée autour de l’innovation et de l’urbanisme durable. Soulignons que Clémence Bechu est très impliquée dans le développement de l’innovation biomimétique, aux côtés du CEEBIOS, au sein duquel elle a co-fondé le Biomim’City Lab, ainsi que dans divers travaux liés aux enjeux climatiques de la ville. 

Clémence Bechu est lauréate du classement « Choiseul Ville de demain » (éditions 2019 et 2020), ainsi qu’administratrice de la Real Estech et membre des Comités de Mission du groupe Frey et de la société ELAN.

Elle adore l’écriture, inventer des contes et des poèmes. Elle est mariée et maman de 2 enfants avec lesquels elle mène tout un tas d’expériences pour assouvir sa soif de sciences!  

Yvon Martinet

Membre du Conseil d'administration Longevity Partners France & Belux

Yvon a rejoint Longevity Partners en tant que membre du Conseil d’Administration en 2021. Considéré comme l’un des plus éminents avocats en droit de l’environnement en France, il a notamment été nommé Chevalier de l’Ordre National du Mérite en 2006.

Yvon a rejoint Longevity Partners en tant que membre du Conseil d’Administration en 2021. Considéré comme l’un des plus éminents avocats en droit de l’environnement en France, il a notamment été nommé Chevalier de l’Ordre National du Mérite en 2006. Il est ancien vice-bâtonnier de l’ordre et ancien membre du conseil de l’ordre des avocats de paris. Yvon Martinet a une solide expérience en droit immobilier et en droit de l’environnement industriel, tant au niveau national qu’international. Depuis 2003, il est expert à l’Institut Français des Experts Juridiques Internationaux (I.F.E.J.I), en droit de l’environnement, des ressources naturelles et de l’alimentation.

Jürgen Fenk

Membre du Conseil d'administration Longevity Partners Allemagne

Jürgen Fenk joined the German Board of Directors of Longevity Partners in 2021. Jürgen is the CEO of Primonial REIM and has over 30 years of experience in the real estate industry.

Jürgen Fenk joined the German Board of Directors of Longevity Partners in 2021. Jürgen is the CEO of Primonial REIM and has over 30 years of experience in the real estate industry. He is also a member of the board of directors of the Urban Land Institute (ULI), of which he was the president for the European region. As a member of the German Board of Directors of Longevity Partners, Jürgen Fenk provides strategic advice to the German and global management teams.

David Cropper

Membre du Conseil d'administration Longevity Partners INC, USA

After working for 22 years at TMG Partners where he held the position of Director of Development and was a member of the management team and the investment committee, David joined the board of directors of Longevity Partners INC, USA in 2022. 

David Cropper worked for 22 years at TMG Partners where he served as Director of Development and was a member of the management team and investment committee.

He has 37 years of experience in real estate development, including project design, obtaining permits, construction and financing.

He has been a partner in over 20 million square meters of development projects and at TMG he was responsible for The Crossing | San Bruno, an award-winning $250 million transit-oriented mixed-use project, as well as 650 Townsend, a major mixed-use office and retail project in San Francisco. Most recently, he led the acquisition and redevelopment of Champion Station, an 810,000 square meter rehabilitation of the former Cisco Systems headquarters.

David’s career began in commercial real estate finance at Union Bank and Comerica Bank, where he oversaw Comerica’s real estate lending practice throughout the West Country.

David is involved with NAIOP, Habitat for Humanity and chairs the Urban Land Institute’s Sustainability Council.

David holds a BA in English Literature and Religious Studies from Occidental College.

Tamar Dane Dor-Ner

Membre du Conseil d'administration Longevity Partners

Tamar joined Longevity Partners in 2022 as a Senior External Advisor. She is also a partner at Bain & Company, where she has worked since 1999. Tamar is currently Associate Director of the Boston office and oversees all local activities for the firm.

Tamar Dane Dor-Ner is a partner at Bain & Company, where she has worked since 1999. She has also worked in offices in New York, San Francisco and Stockholm. She is currently Associate Director of the Boston office and oversees all local operations for the company. She is also a member of the company’s board of directors and chair of the risk committee.

Over a decade ago, Tamar founded Bain’s Brand Positioning & Strategy group and has long been a key member of our Private Equity, Retail and Customer Strategy & Marketing practices .

In addition to brand strategy, Tamar has led hundreds of due diligence efforts, focusing on Retail and Consumer Products and generally assessing brand strength, strategy and resilience. Previously, she led our Private Equity Retail investments in the Americas.

She has also led numerous engagements to support retail businesses through transformative Mergers and Acquisitions , from due diligence to integration and capturing synergies.

Au-delà des transactions, le travail de Tamar dans le domaine du retail corporate a été étayé par la génération d’informations inédites sur les clients et à la rentabilité de leur mise en place dans la stratégie de marque, la gestion des produits et des catégories, la tarification et le merchandising. Ses principaux clients sont des magasins d’alimentation, des clubs, des pharmacies et des grandes surfaces, ainsi que des restaurants et des magasins de vêtements.

Tamar a obtenu une maîtrise et une licence, avec mention très bien, à la Northwestern University. Pendant ses études, elle a été nommée boursière Weinberg et James Alton James. Elle siège au conseil de la Fondation de la Boston Preparatory Charter School et au conseil de Cradles to Crayons.

She lives in Boston with her husband Dan and her two sons, Felix and Gideon.

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