(AOF) – Gecina (Paris: GFC) announced, in a press release, that it had taken note of the decision of Jean-Louis Missika who wished to resign from the Orientation and Prospective Committee, following the opinion issued by the Ethics Commission of elected officials of the Paris Council (CDCP). The real estate group insisted on recalling “with force” that it has never benefited from favorable decisions likely to raise a situation of conflict of interest. In addition, Gecina never won a call for competition from the City of Paris when Jean-Louis Missika was in office.
Created in April 2021 and announced in a press release dated April 13, the Orientation and Prospective Committee (COP) is responsible for feeding Gecina’s thinking on the major dynamics at work in the rapidly changing market of the ‘immovable. Its work, of a strictly consultative nature, mainly focuses on scenarios for the evolution of dynamics in terms of living and working styles, and on their consequences on the organization of the city and places of life.
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