Board Directors' biographies
Gian Maria Gros-Pietro (Torino, 1942).
Chairman of the Board of Directors of Intesa Sanpaolo since April 2016 after being Chairman of the Management Board of the Bank from May 2013.
He currently serves as a member of the Executive Committee of the Italian Banking Association (ABI), and a Director of Abi Servizi. He chairs the Committee of Market Operators and Investors at Consob and is a member of the Corporate Governance Committee of Borsa Italiana.
He was the (non-executive and independent) Chairman of ASTM (2012-2020), Lead Independent Director of Edison Spa till April 2019, an Independent Director of Fiat (2005-2014), where he was also Chairman of the Audit Committee, Chairman of Atlantia (2002–2010), Chairman of ENI (1999-2002) and of IRI (1997-1999), Senior Advisor for Italy for Société Générale Corporate & Investment Banking (2005-2009), and a member of the European Advisory Board of Rothschild & Cie Banque (2002-2005). At Luiss University, where he currently sits as a member of the Board of Directors, he served as Head of the Department of Economics and Business from 2004 to 2011. Previously, he was Full Professor of Business Economics, first at the University of Turin and then at Luiss University. From 1974 to 1995, he was the Director of the Institute for Economic Research on Firms and Growth, the main body of the CNR (the Italian National Research Council) in the economic field.
Paolo Andrea Colombo (Milan, 1960).
He received a degree in Business Economics from Bocconi University of Milan in 1984. He was a research fellow in Accounting and Financial Reporting at that university, where he is currently a Senior visiting professor. From 2006 to 2012, he was a Founding Member and Managing Director of Borghesi Colombo & Associati. Since 2012, he has been a Founding Member and a Director of Colombo & Associati, a corporate and financial consultancy firm, of which he was Chairman until June 2019. He was Chairman of Saipem, Chairman of Enel and sat on the Boards of Directors and on the Boards of Statutory Auditors of several industrial and financial companies, including ENI, Mediaset, Interbanca, Pirelli Pneumatici, RCS Quotidiani, Tim, Publitalia ’80, Ansaldo STS, Stream, GE Capital Interbanca, Aviva Vita, Winterthur, Credit Suisse, Banca Intesa, Crédit Agricole Assicurazioni Italia, Techint Finanziaria, Alitalia and Montedison. Since June 2021, he has served as Chairman of the Board of Statutory Auditors of Humanitas. He has been a Board Director of Intesa Sanpaolo since 2016.
Carlo Messina (Roma, 1962).
Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Intesa Sanpaolo since 29 September 2013.
A graduate of Economics and Business from Luiss University of Rome, he began his career at Banca Nazionale del Lavoro in 1987, where he held the position of Manager in charge of the Corporate Finance and Primary Markets Department. While developing his professional career, he carried out intense academic activities as Professor of Economics of Financial Intermediaries at the Business Administration Master of the Luiss School of Management and as Professor of Corporate Finance at the Department of Economics and Business of the University of Ancona. In 1992, he joined Bonifiche Siele Finanziaria (Parent Company of the Banca Nazionale dell’Agricoltura banking group), where he held the position of Manager in charge of the Planning and Strategic Control Department. In 1996, he took on the role of Manager in charge of Planning at Banco Ambrosiano Veneto and, in 2002, he became the Head of the Planning and Control Head Office Department at Banca Intesa. At Intesa Sanpaolo, in 2007, he became Head of the Value Creation Governance Area and then, in 2008, Chief Financial Officer and, in 2012, General Manager and Chief Financial Officer. In 2013, he took on the role of General Manager of the Bank, Head of the Chief Financial Officer Governance Area and Head of the Banca dei Territori Division. In September of the same year, he became Managing Director and CEO, while maintaining the position of General Manager. Since April 2016, within the one-tier corporate governance system, he has held the positions of Managing Director and CEO, General Manager and sole executive Board Director. He is currently a member of the Executive Committee of the Italian Banking Association (the ABI), a Fellow of the Foreign Policy Association of New York and a Visiting Fellow at Oxford University. Since November 2014, he has been a member of the Bocconi University Board. In 2017, Carlo Messina was awarded the “Cavaliere del Lavoro” knighthood for his services to industry by the President of the Italian Republic, Sergio Mattarella.
Franco Ceruti (Brunate, 1952) .
He joined Cariplo in 1973 and has spent his entire professional career within the Intesa Sanpaolo Group. He started to hold management positions in 1982 and gained experience mainly in the local network as Manager at a number of Branches and Offices, as well as Regional Areas of Lombardy, Veneto, Trentino Alto Adige and Friuli. He was a Regional Manager at the Parent Company from 2002, and, in 2008, he took up the position of Manager of the Regional Governance Centre for Milan and its Province. He was President of the Lombardy Regional Commission of the Italian Banking Association (the ABI) from 2008 to 2014. In 2011, by decree signed by the President of the Italian Republic, he was honoured with the long-service star and awarded the title of Master of Labour. A former Board Director of Banca Prossima, Intesa Sanpaolo Assicura, and Mediocredito Italiano, he currently sits on the Board of Directors of Intesa Sanpaolo Private Banking and of Intesa Sanpaolo Expo Institutional Contact of which he is Chairman. He also chairs the Board of Directors of Società Benefit Cimarosa 1. He has been a member of the Board at the Milan Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Handicraft and Agriculture since 2012 and Chairman of Fondazione Innovazione Terzo Settore (FITS) since 2018. He has been a Board Director of Intesa Sanpaolo since 2016.
Rossella Locatelli (Gallarate, 1960).
She graduated in Economics and Banking at Università Cattolica of Milan, where she was a research fellow until 1998. She is currently a Full Professor of Economics of Financial Intermediaries at the University of Insubria, where she was also Dean of the Department of Economics. She is Deputy Director of Centro di Ricerca sull’Etica degli Affari e sulla Responsabilità Sociale di Impresa (CreaRes) and Director of Centro per l’Internazionalizzazione delle Economie Locali (CRIEL). Over the years, she has held various professional positions as a Board Director of financial companies and institutions. She has been a member of the supervisory committee, appointed by the Bank of Italy, in several special administration and compulsory liquidation procedures for asset management companies and banks. She was a member of the Supervisory Board of Intesa Sanpaolo in the three-year period 2013-2016; she has been a Board Director of the Bank since 2016. She is currently Chairperson of the Board of Directors of BF, a listed company, and of B.F. Agricola S.r.l. – Società Agricola, a Board Director of Società per la Bonifica dei Terreni Ferraresi e per Imprese Agricole, a Board Director of CAI – Consorzi Agrari d’Italia, and a member of the Supervisory Committee of Darma Asset Management SGR in administrative compulsory liquidation. She is the author of papers and studies on various subjects, including the management and regulation of banks and insurance companies. She has been President of the Association of Lecturers of Economics of Financial Intermediaries and Financial Markets (ADEIMF) and is currently a member of the Scientific Committee of the journal Banca Impresa Società.
Luciano Nebbia (Palestro, 1953).
He began his professional career in 1973 at Istituto Bancario San Paolo di Torino within the local branch network. Subsequently, he held increasingly senior positions at Leasint (a leasing company owned by the San Paolo Group and other leading banks) until he became General Manager in 1995. From 1995 to 1998, he was Country Manager for Italy at the Real Estate Leasing Commission, on behalf of Assilea (an association of Italian leasing companies linked to the Italian Banking Association - the ABI), and became its Vice President at European level. In 1999, he took over responsibility for the Turin Area at Sanpaolo IMI. Subsequently, he was Head of the Milan Province Area at Intesa Sanpaolo until 2008. From 2009 he was Regional Manager of the Tuscany-Umbria Area and from 2012 Regional Manager for Tuscany, Umbria, Lazio and Sardinia. From 2008 to 2011 he was also General Manager of Banca CR Firenze. He subsequently became a Board Director of Banca CR Firenze and then its Deputy Chairperson, a position he held until February 2019 when he also ceased to hold the same position at Cassa di Risparmio di Pistoia e della Lucchesia following the merger by incorporation of the two subsidiaries into Intesa Sanpaolo. He was Deputy Chairperson of Intesa Sanpaolo Casa until April 2021 and currently holds the same position at Equiter. In 2010, he was awarded the title of Commander of the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic (Commendatore).
Bruno Picca (Paesana, 1950).
Chartered Account in Turin and Registered Auditor. Board Director of Intesa Sanpaolo and Deputy Chairman of the Voluntary Scheme of the Interbank Deposit Protection Fund. After working as a researcher at the Turin-based Fondazione Giovanni Agnelli (1971-1974) and following an assignment at SIP S.p.A. (now Telecom) in the management control sector (1974-1976), he worked for all of its professional career at Sanpaolo (now Intesa Sanpaolo), where he held several positions first in the territorial branches and then at the Head Office in the sectors of General Secretariat, Shareholdings, Management Control, Finance and Branch coordination. In 1997, he was appointed Deputy General Manager “Financial” at Sanpaolo IMI. From 2001 to 2004, he was the Manager of the Italian Banking Network of Sanpaolo IMI Group and also held the position of Managing Director of Banco di Napoli. From the end of 2004 until the end of 2006, he was Chief Financial Officer of the Sanpaolo IMI Group. In 2007, after the merger with Intesa, he was Head of the Administration Governance Area and the Manager responsible for preparing the Intesa Sanpaolo Group’s financial reports. From 16 June 2008 he served as Chief Risk Officer of the Intesa Sanpaolo Group and, in May 2013, he joined the Management Board of Intesa Sanpaolo. In April 2016, he left the operational role and was appointed Board Director of Intesa Sanpaolo. He has held positions in several companies of the Intesa Sanpaolo Group, including: Managing Director Banco di Napoli, Deputy Chairman Banque Sanpaolo (France), Chairman Sanpaolo Immobiliare, Chairman Sanpaolo Imi International SA (Lux), Board Director Cardine Banca, Board Director Crediop, Board Director Sanpaolo IMI Wealth Management, Chairman of the Board of Statutory Auditors SEP, Chairman of the Board of Statutory Auditors Fispao, Standing Auditor Immobiliare Colonna, Standing Auditor Lingotto Uffici. He was member of the Board and of the Executive Committee of the Italian Banking Association (the ABI). From October 2020 until the merger into Intesa Sanpaolo, he served as Deputy Chairman of Unione di Banche Italiane (UBI Banca).
Livia Pomodoro (Molfetta, 1940).
After graduating in Law from the University of Bari, she entered the judiciary in 1965 and was Judge and Deputy Prosecutor General at the Milan Court of Appeal, Public Prosecutor at the Milan Juvenile Court, Head of Staff for the Ministry of Justice, President of the Milan Juvenile Court, and Presiding Judge of the Court of Milan. She was also Deputy Chairperson of the Milan Provincial Tax Commission, a Board Director of Il Sole 24 ORE and of the University of Milano-Bicocca, as well as Deputy Chairperson of the Internationalization Advisory Board of Banca Prossima. In January 2018, she was awarded the UNESCO Chair for “Food: access and law” at La Statale University of Milan. She is currently a Board Director of Febo, President of the Milan Center for Food Law and Policy, President of the Brera Academy of Fine Arts, President of the NPO Cultural Association “Spazio Teatro No’hma Teresa Pomodoro”, and a Board member of Touring Club Italiano. She is also a member of the Scientific Committee of the Research Centre for Inter-cultural Relations at Università Cattolica of Milan, a member of the Executive Committee of the Italian Chapter of the Women Corporate Directors Association, of the Board of the Fondazione Sodalitas and of the Strategic Advisory Board of Nextalia SGR. In 2013, she received an honorary diploma from the School of Culture and Art and was awarded the Grand-Croix of the Legion of Honour. In 2015, she was appointed as a Knight Grand Cross (Cavaliere di Gran Croce) of the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic by the President of the Italian Republic. She has been a Board Director of Intesa Sanpaolo since 2016.
Maria Alessandra Stefanelli (Bologna, 1964).
She graduated in Economics from the University of Bologna and in Law from the University of Camerino and began her academic career at the University of Bologna, becoming a research fellow in 1992 and an Associate Professor of Business Law in 1999. In 2006, she took up the post of Associate Professor of Business Law at the Department of Economics of the University of Bologna, where, in 2011, she became Full Professor of Business Law. In the academic field, she has held executive positions (including Head of Department) and she has been a member of Scientific Commissions and Committees (among others, she is currently Director of the Italian Centre for Advanced Studies for Small and Medium Enterprises, a member of the PhD Board in European Law of the University of Bologna, and a member of the Council of the Department of Sociology and Business Law of the University of Bologna). At the University of Bologna, she currently teaches Credit Law and Financial Intermediaries Law. She participates in various research projects, is a speaker at research conferences and seminars, and is the author of numerous publications. Her scientific work focuses on numerous research topics, including the analysis of functions and instruments issued by public regulators and supervisors for the banking and financial market, the study of the public regulation of business and industrial activity and of the economic and social effects on the market and the production environment. She is a founding member of the A.D.D.E. (the National Association of Lecturers in Business Law).
Guglielmo Weber (Florence, 1958).
He graduated in Economics from the University of Siena and received a Master of Science in Econometrics and Mathematical Economics and a PhD in Economics from the London School of Economics in London. He was a lecturer at University College London from 1987 to 1992. In 1993, he became an Associate Professor at the Department of Economics of Ca’ Foscari University of Venice. Since 1994, he has been a Full Professor of Econometrics at the University of Padua, where he has been Head (twice) of the Department of Economics and Management. He has been responsible for numerous research projects, funded by the Italian Ministry of Education, Universities and Research, the CNR (Italian National Research Council) and the European Commission. He is the author of several publications, mainly in international journals. The main focus of his research is the analysis of the economic consequences of patterns of population ageing and the study of possible solutions in terms of welfare policies and instruments. He was a Board Director of Intesa Sanpaolo Vita from 2007 to 2018 and Deputy Chairman of Intesa Sanpaolo Assicura from 2018 to May 2019.
Daniele Zamboni (Milan, 1959).
A graduate of Economics and Business from Bocconi University of Milan, he is enrolled in the Register of Independent Auditors. He started working at Ernst & Young in 1985. He joined the partnership in 1999 and, in the FSO (Financial Services Organization) sector, he held the position of Person in charge of the audit of the financial statements of Italian and international banks, insurance companies and asset management companies. He also carried out due diligence activities for acquisition transactions and the issue of fairness opinions in relation to capital increases and mergers. In the FSO sector, he also held the position of Head of the Assurance Division from 2005 to 2010, and Head of the Business Development Division from 2013 to 2016. In 2014, he coordinated the activities - performed jointly with the Bank of Italy - connected to the Comprehensive Assessment, specifically with reference to the Asset Quality Review. Until 2016, he was responsible for ISAE 3402 certification at Ernst & Young, in addition to being a member of Ernst & Young’s FSO EMEIA (Europe-Middle East-India-Africa) Supervisory Partner Forum and a Board Director of Reconta Ernst & Young. He has been a freelance professional since 2016. He has been a Board Director of Intesa Sanpaolo since 2016.
Maria Mazzarella (Naples, 1950).
After receiving a degree in Law from La Sapienza University of Rome in 1972, she gained most of her professional experience at Consob from 1978 to 2015. In particular, from 1986 to 1990 she was the Manager of the Office for Controlling Interests, from 1990 to 1993 the Manager of the Office for Coordination and Problems of a general nature, from 1993 to 1994 the Manager of the Public Solicitation and Quotation Office, from 1995 to 2001 the Manager of the Office for Solicitation, Take-over bids and Ownership structures, from 2001 to 2004 the Manager of the Market Information Office, from 2005 to 2011 the Manager of the Office for Take-over bids and Ownership structures and from 2011 to 2015 the Manager of the Regulatory Strategy Division. From 2013 to 2014, she was a professor at Luiss University of Rome for the Master for company lawyers and at Università Cattolica of Milan for the Master in corporate criminal law. From July 2012 to July 2015, she was the President of the Conciliation and Arbitration Chamber at Consob and, in this role, she took part in projects examining the regulations regarding the out-of-court settlement of disputes between savers and intermediaries. She has been a Board Director of Intesa Sanpaolo since 2016.
Anna Gatti (Pavia, 1972).
She graduated in Business Economics from Bocconi University of Milan, where she received a PhD in Business Administration and Management. She continued her education at Stanford University in Palo Alto (Post-doctoral Program in Organizational Behavior) and at the University of Trento (PhD in Criminology) and in 2002 she worked as a research fellow at the University of California Berkeley. She was a Senior Economist for the World Health Organization from 2002 to 2004 and a partner of Myqube from 2004 to 2007. From 2007 to 2012, she subsequently held the positions of Head of International Consumer Operations at Google, Head of International Online Sales and Operations and Head of Strategic Partnership Operations at YouTube, and Senior Director of Advertising and New Monetization at Skype/MSFT. In 2012, in San Francisco, she co-founded an Artificial Intelligence start-up, which she headed as CEO until 2015. She worked as a consultant for Lastminute Group and other international companies from 2016 to 2018. Since 2016, she has been operating as an Angel Investor in Silicon Valley. She has been a Board Director of Buongiorno and of listed companies Piquadro, Gtech/IGT, Banzai, Ray Way and Lastminute Group. She currently sits on the Boards of Directors of WiZink Bank and Fiera Milano. Since October 2020, as an Associate Professor at the SDA “Bocconi”, she has directed a research center on innovation in Life Sciences and Biotechnology. She is a member of the Italian Association of Professional Journalists.
Andrea Sironi (Milan, 1964).
Andrea Sironi is Vice President and a Professor of Banking and Finance at Bocconi University in Milan, where he was Rector from 2012 to 2016. Previously, he was Vice Rector for international relations and Dean of the Graduate School. From 2014 to 2016, he was Chairman of CEMS – The Global Alliance in Management Education. He is Chairman of the Board of Directors of Borsa Italiana and of London Stock Exchange Group Holding Italia. Professor Sironi’s research interests include risk management in financial institutions and international banking supervision and regulation. He has published and edited many books and articles in Italian and international refereed journals on these subjects. He has held visiting positions at the Department of Finance of the Stern School of Business at New York University, the Research and Statistics Division of the Federal Reserve Board in Washington, and the Department of Economics of Sciences Po, Paris. In 2013, he was a member of the Group of experts for the valuation of the Bank of Italy’s capital. From 2013 to 2016, he was a member of the strategic committee of FSI (Fondo Strategico Italiano). From 2018 to 2019, he was a Board Director of UniCredit Group. From 1989 to 1990, he was a financial analyst at The Chase Manhattan Bank in London. Professor Sironi has also been an independent Board Director of major industrial and financial listed companies and a consultant of leading national and international financial institutions. He currently sits on the boards of Istituto di Studi di Politica Internazionale (ISPI) and EASL International Liver Foundation (Geneva), and is a member of the International Advisory Council of Stockholm School of Economics, the Advisory Board of Nova School of Business and Economics (Lisbon), the Advisory Board of Cometa, a non-profit organisation, and the Board of Directors of Fondazione Italia Sociale.
Fabrizio Mosca (Turin, 1968).
A graduate in Economics from the University of Turin, he received a PhD in Business Economics from Bocconi University of Milan. He is currently an Associate Professor of Economics and Business Management at the Department of Management of the University of Turin. He has been a lecturer in the Master’s course in Business Administration at the School of Economics of the University of Turin and at the School of Business Administration of Turin. He has also been a lecturer of the Il Sole 24 Ore Master’s course and for the Master in European Business (MEB) at the European School of Management – EAP Europe. He has been a member of the Scientific Committee of various University Master’s courses, the lead lecturer of the Marketing and Business Strategies course at the University and the School of Business Administration of Turin, and a visiting professor at several foreign universities. He is a Chartered Accountant, Independent Auditor and Court-Appointed Expert. In addition to university teaching, his professional work is focused on corporate advisory services, business valuation, M&A and tax advice for Italian and multinational companies and groups. He is a founding partner of Studio SGVM and has held positions as a member of the board of statutory auditors, independent auditor and independent director at several companies, including TRW Automotive Holding Italia and TRW Automotive Italia (ZF Group). He is currently Chairman of the Board of Statutory Auditors of Bolaffi, of Aste Bolaffi, of Bolaffi Metalli Preziosi, and of Olivetti.
Milena Teresa Motta (Cassano d’Adda, Milan, 1959).
A graduate of Economics and Business from Università Cattolica of Milan, she is an Independent Auditor enrolled in the Register of Chartered Accountants. Since 1982, she has provided corporate consultancy services on competitive strategy, marketing and innovation. In particular, she deals with instruments and methods for the systematic analysis of the market and the competitive environment in order to identify opportunities and threats, as well as with intelligence supporting competitive positioning and the innovation process. Since 1997, she has been a lecturer in Strategic Analysis of Competition, Market & Competitive Intelligence and Technology Intelligence at leading universities, including SDA Bocconi, the Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna in Pisa, and LIUC University in Castellanza. Since 2009, she has been working with the Institute for Manufacturing of the University of Cambridge on topics such as Strategic Roadmapping and Technology Intelligence to align strategy, market and innovation, and she is an Industrial Fellow at that University. She is a lecturer in Patent&Technology Intelligence and a member of the Faculty of the ICI-Institute for Competitive Intelligence (Butzbach, Germany). She has served as Chairperson of the Board of Statutory Auditors of Trevi Finanziaria Industriale and as a Standing Statutory Auditor at Atlantia, Damiani and Brembo. She is currently a Board Director of Strategie & Innovazione. She has been a Board Director of Intesa Sanpaolo, appointed as a member of the Management Control Committee, since 2016.
Maria Cristina Zoppo (Turin, 1971).
A graduate in Economics and Business from the University of Turin, she is a Chartered Accountant enrolled in the Register of Independent Auditors, as well as a court-appointed expert. Since 1996, she has gained extensive experience in corporate and tax matters by working as a consultant for medium and large-sized listed companies belonging to multinational corporate groups (such as General Motors, SKF, L’Oréal, Avio, Reply Group, and Johnson Electric). In performing these activities, she has become an expert in extraordinary transactions, loan contracts, tax disputes, also at international level, and debt restructuring transactions, gaining in-depth knowledge of the sector regulations. She has been a member of Boards of Statutory Auditors, also as Chairperson, at various companies, also belonging to international groups, as well as a member of Supervisory Bodies pursuant to Legislative Decree 231/2001. She is currently a partner of BDO Tax & Law, a member of the international BDO network of auditing and consultancy firms, a Board Director of Newlat Food, Chairperson of the Board of Statutory Auditors of Schoeller Allibert, and a Statutory Auditor of Cooper-Standard Automotive Italy. She has been a Board Director of Intesa Sanpaolo, appointed as a member of the Management Control Committee, since 2016.
Alberto Maria Pisani (Rome, 1955).
A graduate of Economics and Business from La Sapienza University of Rome, he is a Chartered Accountant and an Independent Auditor enrolled in the relevant professional registers. From 1982 to 2016, he worked at Ernst & Young, where he became a partner in 1995. Until 2015 he was a Board Director for the Financial Services Organization (FSO) sector and a member of the Partner Supervisor Board. He also served as COO for Italy in the banking and insurance sector. While working at Ernst & Young, he held the position of partner responsible for the independent audit of leading Italian banking groups. He gained experience in due diligence activities and in securitisations carried out by prominent Italian banking groups. He was also responsible for the control and the independent audit of asset management and real estate fund management companies, as well as companies operating in the factoring and leasing sectors. He has been a Board Director of Intesa Sanpaolo, appointed as a member of the Management Control Committee, since 2016.
Roberto Franchini (Southampton - UK, 1955).
A graduate in Economics from the University of Salford, he worked in Ernst & Young (formerly Ernst & Whinney) for over 40 years in Italy, United Kingdom and U.S.A., holding progressively important positions and as a Partner for 27 years until June 2018. From 1992 to 1995 worked in Ernst & Young’s Global headquarters in New York, focusing on audit methodology and international accounting principles. From 1995 to 2018, worked as an Audit Partner, responsible for the audit of multinational companies operating in a variety of industrial and commercial sectors and listed on Italian and U.S. stock exchanges. A member of the committee that drafted the Italian Standard on auditor independence (Principio sull’indipendenza del revisore – Document 100 of 2004). Director of Independence for Ernst & Young EMEIA (Europe, Middle East, India and Africa) and Asia-Pacific/Japan (2008-2018). As a member of IESBA (International Ethics Standards Board for Accountants), contributed to defining ethics standards and auditor independence requirements for the accountancy profession worldwide (2008-2013). Served as a member of the board of statutory auditors in many Italian companies and gained extensive experience dealing with regulators and IGOs (Consob, US SEC, UE, OCSE). Registered Auditor in Italy and Fellow of the ICAEW (Institute of Chartered Accounts in England and Wales), currently serves as Treasurer and a Director of The British Chamber of Commerce for Italy, President of the College of Auditors of Fondazione per l’Infanzia Ronald McDonald Italia and is a member of Disciplinary Committee of the ICAEW.
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