UniCredit picks new head of group institutional affairs - memo
MILAN, Dec 5 (Reuters) - UniCredit CRDI.MI has picked Franco Brescia as it new head of group institutional affairs from January when his predecessor Maurizio Beretta, will become senior adviser to the bank, an internal memo seen by Reuters showed.
Both Brescia and Beretta, will report to UniCredit's head of stakeholder engagement Joanna Carss.
Beretta, who is 67 and in 2018 was promoted to lead UniCredit's institutional and cultural affairs, "will be responsible for continuing to build and leverage relationships at the highest level," the memo said.
In the new position, Beretta will have more time to spend "with leading figures within Italy's institutions and organisations."
"He will continue to be a relevant member of the UniCredit team and have a critical role within group stakeholder engagement," the memo added.
Brescia, currently a senior adviser to UniCredit, has a 30-year experience in public affairs, having held posts at leading companies such as Telecom Italia TLIT.MI , Poste Italiane PST.MI and Atlantia.
Fabrizio Sadun, UniCredit's current head of institutional affairs for Italy and Germany, will expand his remit as part of the reorganisation.
Sadun will "focus on and lead all of the technical elements of group institutional affairs, including management of all key relationships with (banking lobby) ABI and wider trade bodies, and leading on policy development and relevant associations, reporting directly to Franco (Brescia)," the memo said.
Reporting by Valentina Za Editing by Keith Weir
免責聲明: XM Group提供線上交易平台的登入和執行服務，允許個人查看和/或使用網站所提供的內容，但不進行任何更改或擴展其服務和訪問權限，並受以下條款與條例約束：（i）條款與條例；（ii）風險提示；（iii）完全免責聲明。網站內部所提供的所有資訊，僅限於一般資訊用途。請注意，我們所有的線上交易平台內容並不構成，也不被視為進入金融市場交易的邀約或邀請 。金融市場交易會對您的投資帶來重大風險。