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Conti, Fulvio 

Mr. Fulvio Conti serves as Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board of the Company. He is currently sole Director of FAS Partners S.r.l., a financial strategic investor and advisor. He is also Chairman of Innova Italy.1, a SPAC listed company, promoter and board director of the Fondo Efficienza Energetica SGR S.p.A., and serves as Chairman of SGI (Società Gasdotti Italiani). From 2014 he is Senior Advisor of the investment fund MIRA (Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets), Europe Ltd. He was Chief Executive Officer and General Manager of Enel from 2005 to 2014. He joined Enel in 1999 as Chief Financial Officer and led the most important financial transactions of the Group in the recent years, such as the IPO of Enel, Terna and Enel Green Power, and Enel 2 and Enel 3 Global Offerings. As CEO he led Enel’s international expansion. He finalized the successful takeovers of Endesa SA, the leading power company in Iberia and South America, of the genco OGK-5, the first company’s acquisition made in Russia from a foreign group, and of Slovenské elektráne, the Slovak power utility. He also finalized the formation and further listing of Enel Green Power. He held the position of President of Eurelectric in the years 2011 - 2013. He has broad international experience having worked in several industries for major international companies in Belgium, United Kingdom and USA. He started his career in 1969 joining Mobil Oil. In 1989 he was appointed Financial Director at Mobil Oil UK, in London, after holding different positions in oil, chemical and plastic sectors. In 1991 he covered the position of Chief of Administration, Finance and Control of Campbell in London and Brussels. In the same year, he moved to Montecatini, as Chief Financial Officer and in 1993 he was promoted to the role of Finance Director of the Holding Montedison-Compart, where he actively participated to the plan of restructuring Ferruzzi Group.

Basic Compensation

Total Annual Compensation, EUR 392,000
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Fiscal Year Total, EUR 392,000

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