is currently Chief Operating Officer for the Credit Risk Management function of a leading british financial institution. 

Before the current role, he has been Head of Risk for one of the major banking rescue plans in UK, accumulating a wealth of knowledge and expertise in bad bank structures and wider risk/finance issues. 

He has worked for more than 16 years in the City of London, with an expertise in credit and traded products, investment banking. He has a long experience in Corporate and Public Sector Credit Risk and on Securitisation and Credit Derivatives. Before moving to London, he has worked for the European Commission in the Structural Funds office, in Bruxelles. 

He holds a Master Degree in Economics and Business Administration from the University of Florence and a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Siena. His current interest is on the connection between finance and politics and how banking can go back to be a source of hope and opportunities.


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