Partnership e Partner

Ademaro Boccadoro

Head of fund management, Redo SGR Spa benefit Company

“The cultural, artistic and scientific capital of a person, of a community, is like a backpack that everyone carries with him, in which he puts all his knowledge, attitudes, skills and experiences. Each of us has a different capital and this affects the fact that we feel similar – or less – to one subject rather than another, and that we feel inclined to follow one of the many paths of formation. We are pleased, therefore, to be able to bring to Milan the Botticino School of Restoration, a testimony to the attention of the Lombardy Real Estate Fund Section 2 wanted by the Lombardy Region, Fondazione Cariplo and CDP to make Milan more accessible to students out of office.”

Redo Sgr is a real estate investment management benefit company with social impact born in 2019 with the aim of creating shared value through the promotion of social housing, student housing and urban regeneration, respecting the environment and as a form of activation and strengthening of communities.

With 20 years of top management experience in the industry and an internal design and construction team, Redo is able to grasp innovation and research, implementing decarbonisation technologies, innovative construction methods, intelligent solutions and services, as well as fostering local communities and relationships with people.

Redo manages the Real Estate Fund of Lombardy, the first fund for social housing promoted by Fondazione Cariplo and Regione Lombardia.

The FIL includes among its shareholders important institutions such as the Investment Fund for Housing managed by CDP Investimenti Sgr and subscribed by Cassa Depositi e Prestiti for € 1 billion, the same Fondazione Cariplo and Regione Lombardia and other institutional investors. The FIL is a member of the Housing Sociale Foundation, which advises on numerous FIL real estate projects.

Redo operates 4,500 apartments in 20 social housing residential districts and 1,500 beds in 6 student housing university residences.