Born in Forlì in 1966, he graduated in business and finance at Bocconi University in Milan and then qualified as chartered accountant. After working at Montedison (from 1990 until 1992), ING Bank (from 1992 until 1993), and Value Partners Management Consulting (from 1993 until 1996), he joined McKinsey & Company in 1996, where he became partner in 2002 and carried out his activity until May 2020, when he was awarded the title of Director Emeritus. In McKinsey, he supported several leading Italian and international industrial companies on topics affecting strategy, organization, digitalization, regulatory and risk management. He is recognized as a leading expert, on a domestic and international scale, in the energy, infrastructure, basic commodities, and logistic sectors. Moreover, during his time at McKinsey he supported governments and governmental organizations in Brazil, Italy, Malaysia, and Turkey on topics concerning privatizations and liberalizations, tariffs and public concessions, energy strategies, and carbon dioxide reduction emissions. At McKinsey, he was the leader of the sustainability practice in EMEA countries (from 2009 until 2013), the McKinsey Regulatory Center in Bruxelles (from 2013 until 2018), and the global energy and basic commodities sectors in Southern Europe (from 2014 until 2020). He was a member of the Sustainability Committee of the American Chambers of Commerce in Italy from 2010 until 2014. He wrote a few articles on the energy and regulation sectors, which appeared in Italian and international publications. He has been a member of Enel’s Board of Directors since May 2020.
Last update: June 10, 2020