Romain founded Eurobridge in 2010. Prior to EuroBridge, he was in charge of real estate acquisition, asset management and development at Dawnay, Day (private real estate investment company). He covered the Russian and Ukrainian portfolios (management of a circa 400 hectares development and $6 million rental income portfolios).
Prior to that Romain originated circa. €800 million of loans in the real estate finance and securitization department of Credit Suisse. The loans involved acquisitions and/ or refinancing of real estate assets and/ or shares in real estate companies in France, Benelux, Germany and Poland (office, retail, industrial and hotels).
He joined from Credit Suisse’s Investment Banking Group, where he had been involved in over $5 billion of corporate transactions including acquisitions and sales of public and private companies, initial public offerings and convertible bonds offerings in the UK and in the United States.
Prior to that , Romain held positions with Goldman Sachs Investment Banking division in London and with the private equity company ETF Group in Paris.
Romain holds a Master of Sciences in Management with a major in Economics and Finance from HEC, Paris.
Prior to EuroBridge, Lior was in charge of Israeli real estate development for the Jacob Izaki Group (private holdings company). He was in charge on the development of a 300,000 sq ft shopping center in the north of Israel, and a development of circa 500 residential units as part of a new Mega neighborhood north of Tel-Aviv.
Prior to that Lior was Vice President for Income Producing Assets of Atlas Estates Ltd. (an Eastern Europe real estate holdings company, with portfolio value of over €500 million). He managed two hotels (including Hilton Warsaw), over 1,000,000 sq ft of office and retail space spread over Poland, Romania, Hungary, Bulgaria and Slovakia.
Lior holds a Master of Engineering with a major in Finance from Tel-Aviv University, Israel.