Chairman of the Board of Directors of Mediolanum S.p.A.
Carlo Secchi is a Professor Emeritus of European Economic Policy at Milan's Bocconi University, where he was Rector from 2000 to 2004. At the same University, he is also Director of the Institute on Latin American Studies and Transition Economies (ISLA) of the Department of Institutional Analysis and Public Management.
He was a member of the European Parliament in the IV Legislature (1994-1999) and Vice-President of the Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee.
He was a member of the Italian Senate in the XXII Legislature (1994-96).
He is a member of the boards of technical-scientific foundations and institutions.
He is Vice-Chairman of ISPI (Istituto per gli Studi di Politica Internazionale - Institute of International Policy Studies) of Milan and Chairman of the Italian group of the Trilateral Commission.
He has been the “European Coordinator" for the trans-European transport networks (TEN-T) since July 2009 (PP3 and PP19: France-Spain-Portugal).
He currently sits on the Board of Directors of a number of Italian companies (Pirelli & C., Allianz, Mediaset and Italcementi) and of Veneranda Fabbrica of Milan's Duomo.
He is the author of books and numerous articles on trade and on the international economy, economic integration and other European issues.
Chairman of Banca Mediolanum
Chief Executive Officer of Mediolanum S.p.A.
Mr. Doris started off as financial advisor, first with
Fideuram and then with the RAS Group.
His career underwent a major change when he
founded Programma Italia, a financial brokerage
organisation, together with the Fininvest Group.
He was Chief Executive Officer of Programma Italia
since it was founded.
He and the Fininvest Group own an equal control
shareholding in Mediolanum S.p.A., the company
formed by the merger of Fininvest Italia S.p.A.,
Fintre S.p.A. and Programma Italia S.p.A..
He is Chairman of Banca Mediolanum S.p.A..
Deputy Chairman of Mediolanum S.p.A.
After serving at a number of major companies, Mr.
Messina joined Olivetti as Group Production Controller,
and then moved to Alitalia as Corporate Finance,
Control and Administration Officer.
In 1989 he joined IRI as Planning and Control
Director and in 1990 joined Fininvest, first as
General Manager and then, from February to July
1996, as Chief Executive Officer.
He is member of the Board
of Directors of Mediaset S.p.A. and of Molmed S.p.A..
Executive Deputy Chairman of Mediolanum S.p.A.
Chief Executive Officer and General Manager of
Banca Mediolanum S.p.A.
Mr. Massimo Doris started his career at Banca Mediolanum
in 1999 as Financial Advisor. Previously he
was based in London where he worked as sales
assistant at UBS, Merrill Lynch and Credit Suisse
He then became Marketing Manager in charge of the
launch of the Online Banking website. He was subsequently
named Head of the Sales Network Training.
In October 2003, he took on the position of Italian
Network Manager of Banca Mediolanum S.p.A. and was in
charge of the Italian Sales Network until September
2005, after which he moved to Barcelona to take on the positions of Chief Executive Officer, General
Manager and Head of Development of the Spanish
banking group Banco de Finanzas e Inversiones. In
July 2008, he returned to Italy as Chief Executive
Officer and General Manager of Banca Mediolanum
S.p.A.. Starting May 2009 he is Executive Deputy
Chairman of Mediolanum S.p.A..
He is currently a Director of Banca Esperia S.p.A..
Executive Deputy Chairman
of Banca Mediolanum S.p.A.
Chairman of Banca Esperia
Mr. Lombardi served as Corporate General
Manager at Procter & Gamble Italy and General
Manager at the Sangemini/Ferrarelle Group.
In 1987 he was appointed General Manager of Fininvest
Italia S.p.A. and then in 1989 Chief Executive
of Mediolanum Vita S.p.A.. At present he is
Executive Deputy Chairman of Banca Mediolanum
S.p.A., Chairman of Banca Esperia S.p.A.,
di I’m S.p.A., Chief Executive Officer of Mediolanum Vita S.p.A.,
member of the board of Mediolanum S.p.A., Fedrigoni S.p.A. and the Istituto Europeo di Oncologia (IEO).
Vice Chairman of Banca Mediolanum S.p.A.
In addition to occupying the position of Vice Chairman of Banca Mediolanum, he is also Vice Chairman of the Italian association ASSBB (Associazione Sviluppo Studi Banca e Borsa).
Chairman of Mediolanum Fiduciaria SpA, member of the Chairman's Committee for ABI (Associazione Bancaria Italiana – Italian Banking Association) and Director for the Association of Private Banks (Assbank).
Previously held the role of General Manager at Banca Mediolanum, Director of the Finance Department at Banca Popolare di Novara and Head of Finance at Banco Ambrosiano Veneto.
|Luigi Del Fabbro
Chief Administrative Officer
responsible for accounting
and financial reporting of
With Mediolanum since 1986.
Other positions and prior career history within
1968 to 1986: 3M, Total Italy, Eliolona Group
(Finance & Administration Director), Lovable Italy
(Chief Financial Officer);
Member of the Board of Directors, Banca Mediolanum
Member of the Supervisory Board of Bankhaus
August Lenz & Co.;
He is Chief Executive Officer of Mediolanum Vita S.p.A.;
President of Mediolanum Distribuzione Finanziaria
He is the officer with delegated authority over Privacy
matters for certain companies within the Group
and the Officer responsible for preparing Mediolanum
S.p.A. accounting and financial reporting
documents pursuant to section 154-bis of the
Consolidated Finance Act (L. 262/05):
Chief Administrative Officer of Banca Mediolanum
Sales Director, Banca Mediolanum
After a short period in the administrative sector of Noal Oil, he joins Programma Italia in 1986.
In 1988, he begins his supervisory duties and, at the end of 2000, coordinates a group of over four hundred collaborators in the Triveneto area.
Promoted to Divisional Head in 2003, he is assigned responsibility for Emilia Romagna.
In 2006, he is appointed Regional Head of the North-East, an area including the Triveneto and Emilia Romagna regions, with over one thousand five hundred Family Bankers.
From January 2011, he is Sales Director of Banca Mediolanum S.p.A..
|Oscar Di Montigny
Marketing and Communications Director, Banca Mediolanum
His past professional experience includes positions as Marketing and Communications Director for international groups.
He has been with Banca Mediolanum since 2000 and has worked in Training & Development of the Group's Sales Network, contributing to the creation and launch of the School for the Development of Human Potential.
In 2007, he took on management of Training & Development of the Sales Network.
In 2008, he conceived, planned and oversaw the launch of Mediolanum Corporate University, the educational institute serving the Mediolanum Community (Sales Network, Headquarters, Clients).
In 2011, he also accepted the position of Marketing and Communications Director of Banca Mediolanum.
In 2011, he started writing a blog: Riflessioni di un manager per il terzo millennio.