Romina Guglielmetti

Statutory Auditor

After graduating in law at the University of Parma and becoming a lawyer, she started practicing the legal profession in 2001. She was senior associate of the law firm Bonelli Erede and counsel of the notary office Marchetti; she worked with the law firm Santa Maria (where she was also partner) from 2007 to 2013, and she is currently founding partner of the law firm Starclex – Guglielmetti. Throughout her professional activity, she has focused in particular on corporate governance, corporate law, and financial intermediaries regulation. Specifically, she has been working for years on legal issues pertaining to corporate governance of listed and public companies (amongst others), with specific regard to the profiles of internal controls, gender diversity, and succession plans. She is an associate of Nedcommunity (the Italian association of non-executive directors); she also advised the Italian Ministry of Equal Opportunities. She is currently on the Board of Directors of important companies (some of which listed) and is usually also a member of their committees with consultative and proposing functions established within the same management bodies; these companies include: Tod’s, Compass Bank, Pininfarina, and MBFacta. She also holds the offices of coordinator of the Supervisory Body at Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena and of the Single Supervisory Body at Fondazione Milano Cortina 2026. She is member of the Steering Committee of Nedcommunity and teaches in courses and seminars. She lectures at LUISS Guido Carli University of Rome. She has been a regular Statutory Auditor for Enel since May 2016.

Last update: May 5, 2021