INTESA SANPAOLO: THE PROCESS TO REINFORCE MANAGEMENT STRUCTURES CONTINUES
CLAUDIO TESTA HEAD OF THE INTERNAL AUDITING FUNCTION, FABRIZIO DABBENE IN CHARGE OF THE ADMINISTRATION AND TAX DEPARTMENT, GABRIELLA CAZZOLA MANAGER OF THE COMPANY SAFETY AND PROTECTION UNIT. DAVIDE ALFONSI GROUP RISK MANAGER, PIERO BOCCASSINO CHIEF COMPLIANCE OFFICER, AND CAMILLA TINARI HEAD OF TREASURY DEPARTMENT
Turin – Milan, 30 June 2015 – Intesa Sanpaolo announces that the Supervisory Board has appointed Claudio Testa as Head of the Internal Auditing function, to replace Renato Dalla Riva.
The Bank’s Management Board has in turn appointed Fabrizio Dabbene to lead the Administration and Tax Department – replacing Ernesto Riva – which is located within the Chief Financial Officer Governance Area. Dabbene has also been appointed as “Manager responsible for preparing the Company’s financial reports”.
In addition, the Management Board has given responsibility for the Company Safety and Protection Unit to Gabriella Cazzola, who also becomes Employer responsible for workers’ health and safety in the workplace, as well as Representative for environmental matters and Data Controller’s Representative for the protection of personal data.
Intesa Sanpaolo also announces that it has introduced the new function of Chief Compliance Officer, with Piero Franco Maria Boccassino in charge.
In the Chief Risk Officer Governance Area, which continues to be headed by Bruno Picca, the Group Risk Manager function has been set up, headed by Davide Alfonsi, who will take over the Chief Risk Officer Governance Area from April 2016.
Lastly, Camilla Tinari takes over responsibility as Head of the Treasury Department, replacing Giuseppe Attanà.
Intesa Sanpaolo Managing Director and CEO Carlo Messina commented: “Our Bank is pressing ahead with the process of reinforcing all the major structures. These are deep-seated changes, carried out with a view to continuity, as is demonstrated by our promoting the best managerial resources we have in the Group. I would like to express not only my own gratitude, but that of the whole of Intesa Sanpaolo, to Giuseppe Attanà, Renato Dalla Riva and Ernesto Riva, who – after a long history of professional success – bring to an end their experience in a Bank that thanks to their contribution has managed to establish itself as a leader in Europe. Our thanks also extend to all those managers who, by leaving their posts in Intesa Sanpaolo at this time, are supporting the process of promoting the best professional talents in the Group”.
Last updated 30 June 2015 at 19:01