Born in Taranto in 1968, has a degree in Economics and Business Administration at Bocconi University of Milan. He began his career working as a consultant for, among other companies, Calyon, Deloitte and Arthur D. Little, focusing on Corporate Finance and M&A projects. Almost all his business activities have been performed in international framework and when he joined Enel in 2007 as M&A Manager, he has been involved in acquisition projects in Russia and Bulgaria. After working as Head of M&A Finance, in 2010 he was appointed Head of International Risk Management at Corporate level. From December 2011 he is Head of Risk Management of Enel Green Power.
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