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The Board of Directors has set up internal committees with propositional and advisory functions, adopting regulations defining their tasks and operating rules.
The current Board of Directors of Prysmian S.p.A. has set up three internal Committees and appointed their members, including the Chairperson.
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He was born in Florence on 15 May 1952.
After the end of his high school classical studies, he graduated with honours from a degree in Business and Economics at the University of Florence, while simultaneously working first for a software company and then in the paper industry. He joined Pirelli’s Tyre Division in 1978, where he was promoted to executive in 1984. After a range of experience with Pirelli in commercial, marketing, M&A and management roles in both Italy and abroad, he was appointed as the Tyre Division’s General Manager in 2001.
He was then made CEO of Pirelli Tyre S.p.A. in 2006, and General Manager of Pirelli & C. in 2009. In the 10 years under his leadership, Pirelli Tyre’s sales and EBITDA doubled, generating a positive cash flow, thanks to the implementation of a premium strategy which resulted in higher top and bottom-line growth with respect to competitors, culminating in Pirelli becoming the exclusive supplier for F1 from 2010. From 2006 to 2011, and for two consecutive terms, he was elected president of ETRMA, the European Rubber Manufacturers’ Association. In 2012 he left the Pirelli Group of his own initiative. In 2013 he was named as an Independent Director on the board of Snam S.p.A. and took on the role of Chairman for the Control and Risks Committee. He was re-elected for the subsequent three-year period, until 2022, and took on the role of Chairman for the Appointment Committee; he has been re-elected for the third three-year period and taken on the role of Chairman for the Control and Risks Committee. From 2013 to 2015 he was an Industrial Advisor at Malacalza Investments – Pirelli’s second largest shareholder at that time.
From 2014 he was the Managing Director of the Corporate Credit Recovery 1 fund for Dea Capital Alternatives Funds SGR (part of the De Agostini Group) and from 2018 to 2020 he was the Senior Advisor for the Corporate Credit Recovery 1 and 2 funds. In 2015 he was appointed as a non-executive director for the Supervisory and Management Boards of Apollo Tyres, an industry leader listed in India. From 2016 to 2018 he assumed the executive chairmanship of Benetton Group S.r.l. In 2021 he was co-opted onto the Board of Directors of IED - Istituto Europeo per il Design and appointed Managing Director. He has been a member of the Company's Board of Directors since 18 September 2018. He has been Chairman of the Control and Risks Committee since 2018. He was elected to his current position by the Shareholders' Meeting on 28 April 2021 from the slate submitted by the Board of Directors, which obtained the majority of votes. The Board of Directors has verified that Mr Gori meets both the eligibility requirements as per TUF article 148, paragraph 3 and the Corporate Governance Code’s art. 2, recommendation 7, and is qualified to serve as an independent director of the Company.
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She was born in Amsterdam (The Netherlands) on October 28th, 1970.
Jaska de Bakker brings over 25 years of work experience and has worked and lived in Europe, Asia and the United States. Her career can be summarized as starting in strategy consulting for about seven years, then moving from a commercial director role via M&A to Finance. More recently she was group CFO in two global companies, for a total of 10 years.
The extensive experience in a variety of leadership roles has brought her a combination of a strong strategic mind with broad Finance and M&A skills. She graduated in 1994 from the University of Amsterdam with a Master in Econometrics. After that she started her consulting career at Arthur D. Little followed by a full time MBA at Kellogg Northwestern University in Chicago, US. She specialized in Strategy and Finance and graduated top of class. After a summer internship at The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) in 1998, she joined BCG again after graduation. De Bakker worked one year in Milan as BCG Ambassador (2001). In 2003 she left BCG to join CSM, a listed conglomerate, as a Commercial director for the Sugar Confectionery division. The division was spun off and sold to private equity in 2005 and subsequently rebranded to Leaf. She was asked to participate in the company and move to Italy to do an acquisition and integration for Leaf Italy (ao Sperlari). At Leaf Italy she transitioned into Finance. After the successful acquisition and integration of Cadbury Italy (Saila) she moved back to Leaf’s headquarter in 2009 to take the position of Corporate Director M&A. In 2010 she became CFO and member of the Executive Board for DHV, a Dutch based global engineering and consulting firm.
DHV merged with Royal Haskoning in 2012 and she became CFO of the merged company. She played a key role in the merger and integration and in defining and implementing the new strategy for the combined company. Early 2017 De Bakker joined Royal FrieslandCampina, a cooperative in the top 5 of global Dairy companies. She started as a regional CFO for Asia, based in Singapore. As part of that responsibility, she joined several boards in Asia, of which some were for listed entities. At the start of 2018 she became Group CFO and member of the Executive Board, based in The Netherlands. At FrieslandCampina she has played a key role in strategy definition and transformation, integrating reporting (financial and ESG), strengthening the finance and IT functions, driving digital and data analytics as well as issuing a listed hybrid bond.
In August 2020 she joined the Supervisory Board of non-profit organization, The Ocean Cleanup and in March 2021 she became a Director in the Board of Faerch Group A/S, a Danish headquartered European company focusing on circular packaging. Mid 2021 she left FrieslandCampina. In April 2022 she joined Shop Apotheke Europe NV as a Non-Executive director. Shop Apotheke Europe is the leading online pharmacy in Europe. She has been a member of the Company's Board of Directors since 28 April 2021, when she was elected from the slate presented by the Board of Directors. That slate achieved the majority of votes at the Shareholders’ Meeting. She is a member of the Control and Risks Committee since 2021. The Board of Directors has verified that Ms. De Bakker meets both the eligibility requirements as per TUF article 148, paragraph 3 and the Corporate Governance Code’s art. 2, recommendation 7, and is qualified to serve as an independent director of the Company.
- January 2023
He was born in New Delhi (India) on October 16th, 1966.
After graduating from Purdue University in US withe BSME in Mechanical Engineering in 1989, he began his career at Cooper Power Systems in the US. He then joined ABB in 1998. After three years working in the US as a Manufacturing Project Manager for the Transformer Factory of the Future and as Program Manager for Advanced Manufacturing Technologies (USCRC), in 2001 he embarked on his first international experience as Production Manager in Circuit Breakers Operations in the High Voltage Products Division in Sweden. Between 2002 and 2006, he held various managerial positions in Switzerland from BU Functional Manager in High Voltage Products Operations to SCM Project Manager in Cost Migration and then taking on the role as Product Group Manager of Breakers & Systems in the High Voltage Division at ABB Headquarters in Zurich, Switzerland. In 2007, he became Head of the Transformers Business Unit. In 2010, he was appointed President of Low Voltage Products Division
In 2016, he became President of Electrification Products Division. Given a change in nomenclature back in April 2019, he became President of Electrification Business Area and effective April 1st2022, President of Motion Business Area. He has been a Member of the Executive Group Executive Committee of ABB Ltd. Switzerland since 2010.
He has also been a Member of the Board of Trustees at Inter-Community School (ICS) since 2016. From 2014 until June 2020, he served as a Non-Executive Director of ABB India Limited as well as being a Member of their Audit Committee. He has been a member of the Company's Board of Directors since 28 April 2021, when he was elected from the slate presented by the Board of Directors. That slate achieved the majority of votes at the Shareholders’ Meeting.
He has been a member of the Control and Risks Committee since 2021. The Board of Directors has verified that Mr. Mehta meets both the eligibility requirements as per TUF article 148, paragraph 3 and the Corporate Governance Code’s art. 2, recommendation 7, and is qualified to serve as an independent director of the Company.
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He was born in Rome on 1st June 1964.
He graduated with a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the “La Sapienza” University of Rome in 1989. He holds a Certificate in Capital Markets from New York University (1990), and a Master in Business Administration from Harvard Business School (1994). A Manager with significant executive, financial and risk management experience. He has more than 30 years of international management expertise in various industrial sectors, ranging across industrial, transportation, infrastructure and technology on a number of continents including North and South America, Greater Europe, the Middle East and Asia Pacific .
He possesses a wide range of general management skills, achieved through significant executive and non-executive experience acquired in a variety of positions, including: Chief Transformation Officer and Chief Restructuring Officer of Astaldi S.p.A. (2019-2021); CFO and Portfolio Manager of Renova Management AG (2015-2016); CFO and then Deputy General Manager of Alitalia Compagnia Aerea Italiana S.p.A. (2009-2014); General Manager of Merloni Finanziaria S.p.A and CFO of Ariston Group (2003-2008); Co-Chief Executive Officer of eNutrix S.p.A. (2000-2003), as well as Associate Partner at McKinsey & Company for their offices in Buenos Aires, Rome and Zurich (1994-2000) and Assistant Director at Leonardo S.p.A. in the New York office (1989-1992).
Since May 2022, he is an independent member of the Board of Directors, Chairman of the Sustainability Committee, member of the Control and Risk Committee of Fincantieri S.p.A.. Since April 2021, he is member of the Board of Directors, Chairman of the Control, Risks & Sustainability Committee of Telepass S.p.A.. He was Chairman of the Board, Chairman of the Control, Risks & Finance Committee, member of the Remuneration & Nominations Committee of Be Power S.p.A. (2019-2021), until its sale to ENI; Board member and Chairman of AirOne S.p.A. (2009-2014); Independent Board Member and member of the Control & Risks Committee for Indesit S.p.A. (2013-2014), until its sale to Whirpool Group; Board member, Chairman of the Audit & Finance Committee, member of the Nominations & Compensation Committee for Octo Telematics Ltd (2015-2017); Board member, Chairman of the Compensation Committee and member of the Nominating & Governance Committee for CIFC Asset Management Corporation (2015-2016).
He has been a member of the Board of Directors since 12 April 2018. He has been a member of the Remuneration and Nomination Committee since 2018, becoming Chairman of the committee from 2020. He was elected to his current position by the Shareholders' Meeting on 28 April 2021 from a slate presented jointly by a group of shareholders affiliated with asset management companies and institutional investors. This slate achieved the second highest number of votes at the Shareholders’ Meeting. The Board of Directors has verified that Mr Amato meets both the eligibility requirements as per TUF article 148, paragraph 3 and the Corporate Governance Code’s art. 2, recommendation 7, and is qualified to serve as an independent director of the Company.
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He was born in Milan on 16 September 1962.
After graduating from the Luigi Bocconi University in Milan with a degree in Corporate Finance in 1986, he began his career at Ernst & Whinney in the UK. He then joined the Pirelli Group in 1988. After five years in the Treasury department of the Pirelli Group, in 1993 he embarked on a long period of international experience in the Administration, Finance Control and Risks Management areas of the Pirelli Group’s tyre subsidiaries in Brazil, Spain and Germany. In particular, between 1996 and 2000, he held the position of Chief Financial Officer of Pirelli Neumaticos S.A. in Spain and then of Chief Financial Officer of Pirelli Deutschland A.G. in Germany.
In 2000, he became Director of Administration, Planning Control and Risks Management at Pirelli S.p.A. In 2001, he was appointed General Manager of Administration and Control at Pirelli S.p.A., a role he has maintained in the holding company Pirelli & C. S.p.A. after the merger with Pirelli S.p.A. that took place in August 2003. From November 2006 until September 2009, he was Chief Operating Officer of Pirelli & C. S.p.A. and was also a member of the Board of Directors of Pirelli Tyre S.p.A. and Chairman of Pirelli Broadband Solutions S.p.A. In addition, from December 2008 to May 2010, he was Chief Financial Officer at Pirelli Real Estate and from June 2009 to May 2010 Executive Chairman of Pirelli Real Estate Credit Servicing S.p.A. He has sat on the Boards of Directors of RCS MediaGroup S.p.A. Assicurazioni Generali S.p.A. He has also been a member of the Management Board of Banca Popolare di Milano S.c.a.r.l., Senior Advisor to McKinsey, Chairman of Medical Technology and Devices SA and, up to February 2022, CEO of Artsana Group. Since July 2020 he is a member of the Board of Directors of Edizione S.r.l. and, since 1 March 2022, he is the CEO of Gruppo Gnutti Carlo and Chairman of Prenatal and Star Capital SGR S.p.A.. Between 2002 and June 2008, he was a member of the International Financial Reporting Interpretations Committee (IFRIC), set up by the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB). He has also been a member of the European Financial Reporting Advisory Group (EFRAG).
He has been a member of the Prysmian Board of Directors since July 2010, Chairman since September 2018. He was a member of the Control and Risk Committee from 2010 to 2018, acting as chairman from 2012. He has been a member of the Remuneration and Nomination Committee since 2010. He was elected to his current position by the Shareholders' Meeting on 28 April 2021 from the slate submitted by the Board of Directors, which obtained the majority of votes. The Board of Directors has verified that Mr. De Conto meets the requirements set out in Article 148, paragraph 3, TUF, qualifying him as an Independent Director of the Company.
- January 2023 -
She was born in Biella (Italy) on May 30th, 1971.
After graduating in Management Engineering at the Polytechnic University of Turin, Italy, Annalisa Stupenengo started her career in 1996 in the Sales & Marketing area of the Fiat Group. In the early years of her professional career, she worked in Morocco, Sweden and Italy in increasing managerial roles ranging from Sales, Project Management and Purchasing within Fiat Group and GM/Fiat joint ventures. In 2006 she contributed to establishing the Fiat Powertrain Sector Purchasing department, first as head of Commodity then leading the organization until 2010 as its Purchasing Vice President. In 2008 Ms. Stupenengo was also appointed Vice President of the Electrical Commodity with global responsibility for Europe, USA, Brazil, China and India within Fiat Group Purchasing.
In 2010 Annalisa Stupenengo joined CNH as Senior Vice President Purchasing. In January 2013 she became Head of Group Purchasing EMEA Region for FCA, then in September 2013 she rejoined CNH Industrial as Chief Purchasing Officer and was a member of the CNH Industrial Group Executive Council (GEC). From 2015 – 2018 she held the posts of Brand President, FPT Industrial Brand and President, Powertrain Product Segment and was a member of the Board of Directors at Welltec International ApS.
Since 2019 she assumed the role of President and CEO of Powertrain and then as Chief Operations Officer of Iveco Group until 2022 She has been a member of the Company's Board of Directors since 28 April 2021, when she was elected from the slate presented by the Board of Directors. That slate achieved the majority of votes at the Shareholders’ Meeting. She is a member of the Remuneration and Nomination Committee since 2021.
The Board of Directors has verified that Mr. Stupenengo meets both the eligibility requirements as per TUF article 148, paragraph 3 and the Corporate Governance Code’s art. 2, recommendation 7, and is qualified to serve as an independent director of the Company.
- January 2023 -
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She was born in Rome on 18 July 1960.
She graduated magna cum laude in Natural Sciences in 1984 at the University "La Sapienza" of Rome. After a first experience in research, she joined Rank Xerox where, from 1986 al 1989, she held technical and commercial roles. In 1989, she became marketing manager at Apollo Computer until October 1989 when, as result of an acquisition, she joined Hewlett Packard, where she remained until December 2010. In Hewlett Packard she diversified her experience, both in Italy and abroad, holding roles of increasing responsibilities in sales, marketing, services, software, general management. In January 2011 she joined Philips as Lighting Vice President & General Manager for Italy, Greece and Israel. Until 1 March 2019, she served as Executive Vice President & General Manager Lighting Europe.
She then assumed the role of Chief Marketing, Strategy and Sustainability Officer. Currently she is Chief Commercial Officer, Head of Division Conventional Products and member of the Board of Management of Signify. From 2011 till 2015, she was President of Luceplan and President of Iltiluce. From 2013 to 2015, she was also CEO of Iltiluce.
She has been a member of the Board of Directors since 16 April 2015. She was a member of the Control and Risks Committee from 2015 to 2021, and has been a member of the Sustainability Committee since 2020, becoming its chairwoman in 2021. She was elected to her current position by the Shareholders' Meeting on 28 April 2021 from the slate submitted by the Board of Directors, which obtained the majority of votes.
The Board of Directors has verified that Ms. Mariani meets both the eligibility requirements as per TUF article 148, paragraph 3 and the Corporate Governance Code’s art. 2, recommendation 7, and is qualified to serve as an independent director of the Company.
- January 2023 -
She was born in Hamburg (Germany) on April 4th, 1970.
Ines hold degrees in Process- and Energy Engineering from Technical University of Berlin (Germany), in Industrial Engineering from Ecole des Mines de St.Etienne (France) and a Master of Business Administration from INSEAD (France, Singapore). After beginning her career in consulting with the firm AT. Kearney in 1997, she later joined Ericsson in Germany in an international sales role. Following that she joined the private equity company Arques AG in 2003, where she became the CFO of a portfolio company, Completel, a telecom operator. Later she became the CFO of Arques AG, before joining a new portfolio company, SKW Stahl-Metallurgie AG, a specialty chemicals company in 2004.
She became CEO of SKW and after 2 years she took the company public on the German stock exchange. Ines left SKW after almost 10 years as CEO in order to join EWE AG, a large German utility company as their CTO/COO in 2015. From 2017 to 2020 she was member of the executive board of Aperam SA, a stainless steel producer in Luxemburg, assuming the responsibility for the downstream activities, the sales as well as the supply chain.
Currently she is partner in Matterwave Ventures, a venture capital fund specialized in industrial tech. Furthermore, she holds the following mandates:an independent board member at Umicore SA, a chemicals company with headquarters in Belgium, that she joined in 2011. At Umicore she is the chair of the audit committee. Board member of Boralex Inc, renewable IPP (independent power producer) based in Canada, which she joined in 2022. At Boralex Inc, she is a member of the sustainability and audit committee. Board member of ETEX SA, a building materials company based in Belgium, which she joined in 2022. At ETEX SA, she is the chairperson of the audit committee.
Other board mandates that Ines she held were Fuchs Petrolub SE, a lubricant producer in Germany (2011-2015) and Suez SA an environmental company headquartered in France (2013-2018). She has been a member of the Company's Board of Directors since 28 April 2021, when she was elected from the slate presented by the Board of Directors. That slate achieved the majority of votes at the Shareholders’ Meeting. She is a member of the Sustainability Committee since 2021. The Board of Directors has verified that Ms. Kolmsee meets both the eligibility requirements as per TUF article 148, paragraph 3 and the Corporate Governance Code’s art. 2, recommendation 7, and is qualified to serve as an independent director of the Company.
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She was born in Taiwan on 5 February 1965.
She graduated with a bachelor degree in Business Administration and Finance from Boston University in 1988 and attended the Finance Executive Management Program of Oxford University in 2003. After experience as Assistant Controller at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Taipei, she moved to GE Capital's Corporate Finance Group in Los Angeles and Connecticut and stayed there from 1991 to 1995. In 1995 she joined American Express in New York as Director of Business Planning and then Director of Business Travel Marketing. She later became Vice President, Head of Investment Planning and Financial Analysis for International in 2000. She moved to London in 2004 as CFO of Europe and International Partnerships and Rewards in the capacity as the Head of Finance for American Express’ “Proprietary Card Business” in Europe.
There she directly oversaw all financial processes for the region, including business relating to the “International Membership Rewards” program and all “Co-Brand” partnerships. From 2007 to 2010 she took on the role of Vice President and General Manager of the Commercial Payments Business for the UK and the Netherlands and EMEA Remote Account Management. In 2010 she moved to Rome and became Senior Vice President and Italy Country Manager of American Express, to which she added the role of Head of Card Services Central Europe & International Currency Cards in 2013. She remained in this position until she concluded her career with American Express in 2015.
Since 2016 she has held the position of Independent Director, member of the Nomination and Corporate Governance Committee and member of the Related Parties Committee for Poste Italiane S.p.A. She was also an Independent Director and member of the Nomination and Remuneration Committee and member of the Risk Committee for the Bank of Ireland UK between 2017 and 2020.
She has been a member of Prysmian Group’s Board of Directors since 12 April 2018. She is a member of the Sustainability Committee since 2020. She was elected to her current position by the Shareholders' Meeting on 28 April 2021 from a slate presented jointly by a group of shareholders affiliated with asset management companies and institutional investors. This slate achieved the second highest number of votes at the Shareholders’ Meeting.
The Board of Directors has verified that Ms Kung meets both the eligibility requirements as per TUF article 148, paragraph 3 and the Corporate Governance Code’s art. 2, recommendation 7, and is qualified to serve as an independent director of the Company.
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(*) Up to March 3rd, 2020, Remuneration, Nomination and Sustainability Committee
(**) Operating from March 3rd, 2020