Born in Legnano in 1962, he earned a degree in Economics. Mr Ferraris joined Enel in 1999 as Chief Financial Officer of Eurogen, Elettrogen and Interpower. Afterwards he held the positions of Head of Planning, Control, Administration and Services of the “Infrastructure and Networks" and "Market " Divisions, Group Controller and Vice President of the Administration, Planning and Control Area.
Luigi Ferraris is currently Chairman of Enel Green Power, CFO of the Enel Group, Chairman of Enel Servizi and Enel Factor SpA. Moreover, he is a Director of Endesa S.A., Enel OGK-5, Enel Distribuzione SpA, Enel Produzione SpA, Enel Ingegneria e Innovazione SpA and Enel Investment Holding BV.
He is a professor at the Economics Department at the "Luiss Guido Carli" University.
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