People: Autogrill SpA (AGL.MI)
Ms. Maria Pierdicchi is Non-Executive Independent Director of the Company. She graduated in Political Economics from Bocconi University in 1982 and obtained an MBA with Honours in Finance from New York University, Stern School of Business Administration in 1988. She worked at Bocconi University and the World Bank as an assistant researcher in the banking sector, and then her career oriented towards the field of financial services. After being appointed Senior Financial Analyst in the corporate finance sector in Citibank, she became the Central Manager of Premafin, a listed and diversified holding company, where she was responsible for the strategic and financial control of three listed subsidiaries and for the holding company’s relations with investors. In 1999, she entered the Italian Stock Exchange, where she designed, launched and managed Nuovo Mercato, the stock market for highgrowth companies, listing 45 companies and managing all promotional activities towards investors, issuers and intermediaries. In 2003, she was appointed Managing Director of Standard & Poor’s Italy and, later, Head of Southern Europe for the management and development of activities and franchising, as well as the institutional scope of the rating agency, significantly expanding its leadership in the financial analytics sector. Since 2015 she has served as Independent Director of Luxottica Group. In 2016, she was appointed sole independent director of the banks under resolution (Nuove Banche Marche, Etruria e Lazio, Cassa di Risparmio di Chieti) by the Resolution Unit of Banca d’Italia. Following the successful resolution and transfer of three banks to the UBI Group in 2017, she remained an Independent Director. During her professional career she served as a Director and VicePresident of the American Chamber of Commerce, the Collegio San Carlo and several boards of directors. She was a founding member of the Valore D association and is actively involved in various projects aimed at supporting gender diversity in companies.
|Total Annual Compensation, EUR||48,439|
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|Fiscal Year Total, EUR||48,439|