Béranger Dumont has been appointed to be the new CEO of BPI Real Estate Poland, a Belgian residential property developer active in Warsaw, Wrocław, Poznań and Gdańsk. He succeeds Mariusz Rodak.
Béranger Dumont is a graduate of the Solvay Brussels School and the Louvain School of Management where he received his MBA in Finance and Real Estate. He has worked for BPI Real Estate for almost 10 years. Initially, as a financial manager he was responsible for many years for the financial management function, including the investments forming the company’s Polish portfolio. Subsequently, in his capacity as a Real Estate Project Development Manager, he successfully ran numerous BPI urban projects in Brussels. Among these projects, Béranger led a 60.000 sqm sustainable and mix-used project in a new Brussel’s district, designed by international architects. He also sits on the Executive Board of the Urban Land Institute, a prestigious non-profit organization with its headquarters in Washington D.C. This international think tank promulgates best practices in sustainably shaping urban space and studying related trends. Béranger Dumont is fluent in french and english languages. He was appointed to serve in the capacity of Chief Executive Officer of BPI Real Estate Poland on 10 February of this year.
Béranger Dumont will lead BPI Real Estate Poland into the new decade to ensure the company’s growth as an urban developer who build mix-used, qualitative and sustainable projects in dynamic cities in Poland,. Last year the company celebrated its 10th anniversary of operating in Poland with more than 2 thousand apartments built and sold. This year BPI plans to finish the construction of four of its investments while delivering nearly 730 apartments for use. These projects include Vilda Park, the second stage of the upscale Bulwary Książęce project in Wrocław and the newest projects under way in the capital: wolaRE in the Wola District and Rezydencja Barska in the Ochota District.