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Rome Investment Forum 2018, Financing Long-Term Europe

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Concept note

Europe is at a cross-road. The legacy of mixed results and missed opportunities of the last twenty years is complex to deal with. In 2019, amid uncertainties and threats – old and new- the next European legislature and Parliament will take shape and get started. With what goals and mandates? With what visions and tools? In what socio-political context? And what can Italy contribute and benefit?
In projecting the outlook, the national European and global dimensions appear inextricably intertwined, and yet not necessarily converging. The worlds of private initiative and public policy, financial intermediation and the real economy, social cohesion and competitiveness are facing distinct challenges of modernization and pressures to change. In their response they often struggle alone, without a systemic and synergic approach. They often lack a clear perception of the sense and the terms of their mutual interdependence and multiple partnerships, and demand a redefinition.
Are national communities responding to the challenges of social polarization, the digital divide, exclusion and life-long learning? Is Europe capable of fixing the pitfalls and filling the gaps of its fledgling construction? Can she have an authoritative voice contributing to stability and prosperity in a growingly unsettled world?
These questions must be addressed urgently and in-depth. That is what we aim at in the fifth edition of the Rome Investment Forum. Stimulating an informed discussion, supported by robust expertise and an awareness of the long-term trends of economic and social development. Above all, building trust and credible perspectives of regeneration and reform, which requires reaching out to a wide spectrum of communities, interests, opinions and sentiments. Starting with the different members of the financial community, i.e. banks, insurance companies, financial markets, pension funds, real estate and investment funds, advisors and stock brokers, and all other components of the associations that are affiliated to the Italian Banking Insurance and Finance Federation. Academics, policy-makers, entrepreneurs, opinion makers, and ordinary citizens, many of which are engaged with us in a journey of dialogue and learning interchange, nationally and internationally, which we highly value and which find in the Rome Forum a moment of catalysis and climax.
Invest in Europe. Because we believe that investment is at the center of the on-going strategies and pipelines of reform projects and efforts. And Europe is the destination, or perhaps the destiny, of our passage towards a future of greater prosperity, social justice, peace and security.
Investment is needed to expand production capacity and potential output, to increase jobs and the quality of life, to modernize the industrial structure enabling more SME to take part in the global value chains and benefit from globalization, to bolster infrastructure, tangible and intangible, physical network and social, to protect the environment and fight social exclusion.
But investment requires finance, i.e. a healthy robust and advanced financial sector. An investment without sound financing is nothing more than an empty promise and a waste of resources. Investment financing requires adjustments on the demand and supply side of the equation. The financial sector must play its unique and fundamental role; raise and channel savings, make them safe and profitable, ensure the quality and sustainability of investment, link the needs and interests of savers and investors, tax-payers and beneficiaries of public subsidies, bridge supply and demand, the present and the future.
Investment was severely hit by the crisis. It has finally recovered, also – with some lag- in Italy. But its features and requirements appear now profoundly changed. The post-crisis recovery has unearthed a new set of financial challenges, technological opportunities and socio-economic gaps. Also, a new world of political realities. The “new normality” calls for new thinking and innovative business strategies. New policy approaches and forms of collaboration between regulators, clients, providers and entrepreneurs. New banking models and insurance contracts, new partnerships between banks insurers and financial markets, new cross border activities, distribution arrangements, customer relations, new data collection and utilization strategies, and a renewed sense of ethics in dealing with savers, investors, institutions and the public opinion. Only a new wave of responsible and forward-looking investment, supported by a well-functioning financial sector, can make this quantum transformation possible and sustainable.
2019 – the year of the European elections – will provide a historic opportunity for taking stock of what we have achieved or failed, and what we have learned in the process, without any complacency nor victimhood, without vanity or self-flagellation. The backlog of unfinished business and unresolved contradictions of the last twenty years will inevitably spill-over into the next phase, hopefully with a more determined commitment to bring about solutions. This means at the EU level strengthening fiscal capacity, fixing the Euro, completing the Banking Union, advancing the Capital Market Union, extending the Investment Plan both in terms of resources and geographic scope particularly towards our near abroad, the Euro-Mediterranean and Eastern Europe, reforming Schengen and Dublin, etc. With what level of ambition? What deliverables? What perceived impact on the ordinary lives of citizens? And would this be enough to carry the support of the disenchanted middle classes and polarized local communities?
The latter part of the past century left an ambitious agenda of visionary projects making up what Rifkin (an American) called “the European dream”: the Enlargement – both East-West and North-South -, the Single Market, Social Europe, the Single Currency, etc. The first part of this century has seen the accomplishment – albeit partial- of several of those projects, but at the same time their deadlock and the surrender to the Dream. A dream is not a dream without a credible plan, but a plan is not a plan without a feasible dream. What we are left with then is broken dreams and shallow plans. This inevitably has consequences on investment, because investment requires both a vision of the future and a realistic roadmap, i.e. both a dream and a plan.
The Rome Forum aims at reconstructing a perspective conducive to investment growth, jobs and welfare, in Italy, in Europe and in the global economy, and discussing how to create an enabling environment for that. Homework starts at home: the “revolution” in the Italian financial sector, which started in the 1990’s and has recently accelerated, must go on, aimed at strengthening open profitable competitive advanced and innovative financial intermediaries and markets, promoting alternative sources of funding, channeling savings towards innovation, long-term assets and the modernization of the real economy. What are the conditions internal and external for this “revolution” to continue?
But the discussion will also focus on European reforms and global challenges. The two go together. Not so much because we need a more muscular “European Sovereignty”, alongside national sovereignties, for the power games of a multipolar, and dangerous, world. But because European leadership can uphold new integration and governance models based on a multinational community of law, freedom, democracy and a shared commitment to the future. This is what keeps us together, a Covenant that even though not carved in the stone of a written Constitution was signed by the Founding Fathers with the still fresh and tragic memory of the blood spilled in the European civil wars of the 20th century.
We dedicate the final session to the memory of Kofi Annan, who passed away in August, where speakers who had the privilege of working with him discuss how to make multilateralism effective, inclusive and supported by the people.

 Draft Agenda

8.30 – 9.00
Registration and Welcome Coffee

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Luigi Abete, Chairman, Italian Banking Insurance and Finance Federation (FeBAF)

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Main Topics

  • Economic and socio-political perspectives
  • The future of Europe: options, risks and challenges
  • Geopolitical risk scenarios: national, European, global
  • Is Europe capable of contributing to global leadership and governance?
  • 2019, a crucial year: elections, Brexit, end of unconventional policies, migration challenges, trade conflicts, threats to peace and security, etc.

Giancarlo Giorgetti*, Undersecretary of State, Presidency of the Council of Ministers, Italian Government

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Vincenzo Boccia, Chairman, Confindustria
Beatrice Covassi, Head, European Commission representation to Italy
Michael Cole-Fontayn, Chairman, Association for Financial Markets in Europe (AFME)
Maria Bianca Farina, Chairwoman, Italian National Association of Insurance Companies (ANIA)
Daniel Gros, Director, Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS)
Gian Maria Gros-Pietro, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Intesa Sanpaolo
Alessandro Rivera*, General Director of the Treasury, Ministry of Economy and Finance, Italian Government

prova 1
Sala della Clemenza

Main Topics

  • Is there a gap in infrastructure spending and finance? At the EU level? At the national level?
  • What role for banks, insurance and financial markets?
  • Is there a European space for infrastructure investment and financing?
  • How do we respond to segmentation and non-harmonized standards, regulation and supervision?
  • Are institutional investors coping with the challenges? What risks and opportunities?
  • The Juncker Plans: past, present and future
  • The regulatory and supervisory frameworks

The gap of infrastructure investments in Italy and in Europe: are we on track?
Franco Bassanini, Executive Chairman, Open Fiber
Simona Bonafè, Vice President of the Long-Term Investment and Reindustrialisation Intergroup, European Parliament
Francesco Mazzaferro, Head of European Systemic Risk Board Secretariat, European Central Bank (ECB)
Giovanni Sabatini, General Manager, Italian Banking Association (ABI) – Chairman of the Executive Committee, European Banking Federation (EBF)
Dario Scannapieco, Vice President, European Investment Bank (EIB)
Roberto Viola*, Director General for Communications Network, Content and Technology, DG CNECT, European Commission

Financing instruments and models and public private partnership
Domenico Arcuri
, Chief Executive Officer, Invitalia
Lorenzo Bini Smaghi, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Société Générale
Antonio Caponetto, General Director, Agenzia per la Coesione Territoriale
Luigi Paganetto, Vice Chairman, Cassa Depositi e Prestiti
Silvia Maria Rovere, Chairwoman, Assoimmobiliare
Laurent Zylberberg, Director of Institutional, International and European Relations, Caisse des Dèpôts


prova 2
Scuderie Palazzo Altieri

Main Topics

  • Social infrastructures: new models of financing
  • Responsible investment and sustainable finance: comparison of best practice
  • The instruments: not just Social Bonds
  • ESG variables and non-financial reporting as leverage for better accountability and risk management
  • The link between sustainable development goals (SDGs), green finance and resilience strategies
  • Public-private partnerships for the reduction of catastrophic risks

Policy frameworks and business strategies to build resilient economies and societies
Paola Albrito
, Chief Regional Office for Europe, United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR)
Angelo Borrelli, Head, Civil Protection Department
Daniela D’Andrea, Chief Executive, Swiss Re Italy
Roberto Paciotti, Head of Italian Branch, Standard and Poor’s Corporation
Edoardo Reviglio, Chief Economist, Cassa Depositi e Prestiti
Matthias Schäfer, Head of Team Financial Policy and Labour Market Policy, Konrad Adenauer Stiftung
Eutimio Tiliacos, Secretary General, Foundation Centesimus Annus Pro Pontifice

Sustainable finance and investment: where do we stand? 
Arnaud de Bresson
, Chief Executive Officer, Paris Europlace
Giuseppe Ghisolfi, Vice President, European Saving Banks Group (ESBG)
Greg Medcraft, Director of the Directorate for Financial and Enterprise Affairs, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
Pietro Negri, Chairman, Italian Sustainable Investment Forum – Legal counsel, Italian National Association of Insurance Companies (ANIA)
Mark Thatcher, Professor of The politics of cultural heritage in Europe, Luiss University
Pierluigi Stefanini, Chairman, Gruppo Unipol – Chairman, Italian Alliance for Sustainable Development (ASviS)

13.00 – 14.00
Lunch

C2
Sala della Clemenza

Main Topics

  • Business finance and access to capital markets
  • What role for industrial policies: cross-border consolidation, global value chains, privatization and the local eco-systems
  • Size matters: financing business expansion and networks
  • The role of institutional investors: welfare reforms at the European and national level
  • Alternative funding, private equity and private debt, venture capital, etc

Financing modernization and employment creation: the role of SMEs
Giulia Bertezzolo
, Secretary General, Commissione Nazionale per le Società e la Borsa (CONSOB)
Corrado Passera, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Illimity Bank
Luca Peyrano, Chief Executive Officer, ELITE – London Stock Exchange Group
Leonardo Rubattu, General Director, Iccrea Banca SpA
Alessandro Settepani, Country Head, FitchRatings Italy

The new competitiveness challenges: funding requirements and opportunities
Antonio Angioni
, Co-founder and Senior Partner, Poliedros Management Consulting
Carlo Bonomi, President, Assolombarda
Innocenzo Cipolletta, Chairman, Italian Private Equity, Venture Capital and Private Debt Association (AIFI)
Mauro Crisafulli, Country Head, Moody’s Italy
Anna Lambiase, Chief Executive, IR Top Consulting


Scuderie Palazzo Altieri

Main Topics

  • Market and business models under pressure: threats and opportunities
  • Innovation and financial inclusion
  • Insurtech: is the sector ready? What are the opportunities and the challenges?
  • How to face cybersecurity challenges?
  • Fintech: the challenge between incumbents and new entrants
  • Fintech and sandboxes: more than a regulatory conundrum

Financial innovation shapes the world… 
Antonia Carparelli
, Economic Governance Advisor, European Commission representation to Italy
Raffaele Della Croce, Senior Economist, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
Carlos Ignacio Montalvo Rebuelta, EMEA Insurance Risk and Regulatory Leader, Pricewaterhouse Coopers
Patrizia Toia, Vice Chair of the Committee on Industry, Research and Energy, European Parliament
Pehr Wissén, Senior Advisor, Swedish House of Finance

…the world of innovation needs financing
Gianmarco Carnovale
, Chairman, Roma Startup
Elio Cosimo Catania, Chairman, Confindustria Digitale
Pierfrancesco Gaggi, Chairman, ABI Lab
Francesco Minelli, Director Innovation and Services, Observatory ANIA-Deloitte

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Main Topics

  • What to be expected in the future for the Eurozone and the EU as a whole?
  • Automatic stabilizers and counter-cyclical policies: how fiscal policies influence stability and growth
  • Completing the Banking Union. Risk Reduction and risk sharing: synergies, trade-off and compromises
  • Capital Markets Union: can we make progress without more ambitious transfers of sovereignty?
  • PEPP: opportunities for all?
  • European Supervisory Authorities (ESAs): the review. The perspectives of regulators, industry, institutions and consumers.

Guests of Honour
Pierre Gramegna, Minister of Finance, Luxemburg Government
Roberto Gualtieri, Chair of the Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs, European Parliament
Giovanni Tria*, Minister of Finance, Italian Government

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What is the vision for the next European legislature? Priorities and deliverable
Ignazio Angeloni
, Member of the Supervisory Board, European Central Bank (ECB)
Gabriel Bernardino, Chairman, European Insurance and Occupation Pension Authority (EIOPA)
Didier Cahen, Secretary General, EUROFI
Hung Tran, Executive Managing Director, Institute of International Finance (IIF)
Rick Watson, Managing Director, Association for Financial Markets in Europe (AFME)

Can economic and financial reforms make a difference in the everyday life of European citizens? How and why?
Mark
 Garvin, Vice Chairman for the Corporate & Investment Bank, J.P. Morgan
Josè Manuel Gonzalez-Paramo, Executive Board Member, Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria (BBVA)
Isabelle Mateos y Lago, Chief Multi-Asset Strategist, Blackrock
Alberto Minali*,Chief Executive Officer, Cattolica Assicurazioni
Andrea Montanino, Chief Economist, Confindustria
Bernard Spitz, President, French Insurance Federation (FFA) – President International & Europe, Movement of the Enterprises of France (Medef)

9.00 – 9.30
Registration and welcome coffee

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Guest of Honour
Enzo Moavero Milanesi*, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Italian Government

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In commemoration of Kofi Annan: former Secretary General of the United Nations

Introduction
Paolo Garonna, Secretary General, Italian Banking Insurance and Finance Federation (FeBAF) – former Deputy Executive Secretary, United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE)

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José Antonio Ocampo, Board Member, Banco de la República Colombia – Chair, of the United Nations Committee for Development Policies (CDP) – former UN Under Secretary General, United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs
Antonio López-Istúriz White, Secretary General, European People’s Party (EPP)
Patrizio Civili, Permanent Observer, United Nations International Development Law Organization (IDLO) – former Assistant Secretary General, United Nations (UN)

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Main Topics

  • Global and European imbalances: how to redress them.
  • Completing the post-crisis regulatory reforms of the financial sector: what next? Implementation? Supervision?
  • Multilateralism, regionalism and bilateralism: what vision? And leadership?
  • Relaunching the Transatlantic relationship: the financial sector perspective
  • Brexit: short-term and longer-terms concerns and prospects
  • Europe’s near abroad: looking East and South
  • Is there still a Euro-Mediterranean dimension for the EU? And an Eastern Europe one? What perspectives for financial markets integration?

European Union and its neighborhood policies
Ahmed Alkarm
, President, Tunisian Professional Association of Banks and Financial Institutions (APTBEF)
Brando Benifei, Member of the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs, European Parliament
Francesca Maria Corrao, Full Professor of Arabic Culture and Language, Luiss University
Roberto Ridolfi*, Special Advisor on Strategy and Financing Development, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
Giuseppe Scognamiglio, Chairman, Eastwest European Institute
Goran Svilanovic, Secretary General, Regional Cooperation Council (RCC)
Cesare Trevisani, Chairman, Joint Italian Arab Chamber of Commerce (JIAAC)

The role of the European Union in the transatlantic relations
Lorenzo Cesa
, Member of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, European Parliament
Marco Committeri, Senior Director International Relations and Economics, Bank of Italy
Carlo Cottarelli, Director, Observatory on the Italian Public Accounts, Catholic University of Milan
Pier Virgilio Dastoli, Italian Council of the European Movement (CIME)
Stefano Grassi*, Head of Cabinet, High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy European Commission
Randy S. Rodgers, Executive Director, Bretton Woods Committee
Karl-Peter Schackmann-Fallis, Executive Member of the Board, Deutsche Sparkassen und Giroverband (DSGV)
Domingo Sugranyes Bickel, President, Foundation Centesimus Annus Pro Pontifice

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Rome Investment Forum Empowers Talents 

Per la quinta edizione del Rome Investment Forum – Financing Long-Term Europe, che si svolgerà il prossimo 14 e 15 dicembre, FeBAF riserva un’attenzione particolare alla formazione di laureandi e neo laureati nelle materie oggetto della conferenza, favorendo lo sviluppo di una nuova sensibilità verso le principali sfide che attendono sotto il profilo economico, regolamentare e finanziario l’Unione Europea in una prospettiva di lungo termine.

L’iniziativa, dal titolo RIFET (Rome Investment Forum Empowers Talents), fa seguito a quella realizzata con successo lo scorso anno e gode del Patrocinio ADEIMF, Associazione Docenti Economia dei Mercati Finanziari.

Il concorso premia le migliori tesi di laurea – sia essa triennale, magistrale, a ciclo unico o ancora titolo estero equipollente (ottenuta durante l’A.A. 2017 /2018 o in fase di ottenimento) – afferenti alle aree del diritto, dell’economia, della finanza, delle scienze politiche o della statistica ed aventi per oggetto le tematiche del Rome Investment Forum, ed in particolare: il futuro dell’Europa, il consolidamento dell’Unione Economica e Monetaria, l’Unione Bancaria e l’Unione dei Mercati dei Capitali, Programmi d’Investimenti Strategici dell’Unione Europea, gli investimenti in innovazione e fintech, lo sviluppo e la finanza sostenibile, Europa nel contesto multilaterale.

Gli elaborati pervenuti entro il 30 novembre saranno valutati da una commissione di 3 esperti del mondo accademico e finanziario. Al miglior lavoro di tesi sarà offerta la partecipazione all’executive master accreditato ASFOR “Banking and Financial Diploma” di ABIFormazione. I migliori lavori successivi (dal secondo al sesto) saranno premiati con le raccolte dei quattro volumi intitolati “Gli scenari del welfare” a cura di Forum ANIA Consumatori e di CENSIS, insieme ai 2 volumi della collana “L’assicurazione in chiaro” dedicati al tema dell’Assicurazione “casa e famiglia” e dell’Assicurazione “salute” a cura di Forum ANIA Consumatori; per i lavori dalla settima alla undicesima posizione, sarà messa a disposizione la raccolta delle pubblicazioni a cura di FeBAF sulle precedenti edizioni del Rome Investment Forum.

Tutti i partecipanti al concorso saranno invitati a partecipare al Rome Investment Forum 2018 nelle giornate del 14 e 15 dicembre e agli effettivi partecipanti al Forum sarà rilasciato un attestato di partecipazione.

Tutte le informazioni per partecipare alle selezioni sono disponibili nel bando.

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Conference Venue

The Rome Investment Forum 2018 will take place at Scuderie di Palazzo Altieri, via di Santo Stefano del Cacco,1 – 00186 – Rome.

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Speakers

Luigi Abete

Chairman, Italian Banking Insurance and Finance Federation (FeBAF)

 

Paola Albrito

Chief Regional Office for Europe, United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR)

Ahmed Alkarm

President, Tunisian Professional Association of Banks and Financial Institutions (APTBEF)

Ignazio Angeloni

Member of the Supervisory Board, European Central Bank (ECB)

Antonio Angioni

Co-founder and Senior Partner, Poliedros Management Consulting

Domenico Arcuri

Chief Executive Officer, Invitalia

Franco Bassanini

Executive Chairman, Open Fiber

Brando Benifei

Member of the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs, European Parliament

Gabriel Bernardino

Chairman, European Insurance and Occupation Pension Authority (EIOPA)

Giulia Bertezzolo

Secretary General, Commissione Nazionale per le Società e la Borsa (CONSOB)

Lorenzo Bini Smaghi

Chairman of the Board of Directors, Société Générale

Vincenzo Boccia

Chairman, Confindustria

Carlo Bonomi

President, Assolombarda

Angelo Borrelli

Head, Civil Protection Department

Didier Cahen

Secretary General, EUROFI

Antonio Caponetto

General Director, Agenzia per la Coesione Territoriale

Gianmarco Carnovale

Chairman, Roma Startup

Antonia Carparelli

Economic Governance Advisor, European Commission representation in Italy

Elio Cosimo Catania

Chairman, Confindustria Digitale

Lorenzo Cesa

Member of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, European Parliament

Innocenzo Cipolletta

Chairman, Italian Private Equity, Venture Capital and Private Debt Association (AIFI)

Patrizio Civili

Permanent Observer, United Nations International Development Law Organization (IDLO) - former Assistant Secretary General, United Nations (UN)

Michael Cole-Fontayn

Chairman, Association for Financial Markets in Europe (AFME)

Marco Committeri

Senior Director International Relations and Economics, Bank of Italy

Francesca Maria Corrao

Full Professor of Arabic Culture and Language, Luiss University

Carlo Cottarelli

Director Observatory on the Italian Public Accounts, Catholic University of Milan

Beatrice Covassi

Head, European Commission representation in Italy

Mauro Crisafulli

Country Head, Moody’s Italy

Daniela D’Andrea

Chief Executive, Swiss Re Italy

Pier Virgilio Dastoli

President, Italian Council of the European Movement (CIME) 

Arnaud de Bresson

Chief Executive Officer, Paris Europlace

Raffaele Della Croce

Senior Economist, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)

Maria Bianca Farina

Chairwoman, Italian National Association of Insurance Companies (ANIA)

Pierfrancesco Gaggi

Chairman, ABI Lab

Paolo Garonna

Secretary General, Italian Banking Insurance and Finance Federation (FeBAF) - former Deputy Executive Secretary, United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE)

Mark Garvin

Vice Chairman for the Corporate & Investment Bank, J.P. Morgan

Giuseppe Ghisolfi

Vice President, European Saving Banks Group (ESBG)

Giancarlo Giorgetti*

Undersecretary of State, Presidency of the Council of Ministers, Italian Government

Josè Manuel Gonzalez-Paramo

Executive Board Member, Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria (BBVA)

Pierre Gramegna

Minister of Finance, Luxemburg Government

Stefano Grassi*

Head of Cabinet, High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, European Commission

Daniel Gros

Director, Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS)

Gian Maria Gros-Pietro

Chairman of the Board of Directors, Intesa Sanpaolo

Roberto Gualtieri

Chair of the Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs, European Parliament

Anna Lambiase

Chief Executive, IR Top Consulting

Antonio López-Istúriz White

Secretary General, European People’s Party (EPP)

Isabelle Mateos y Lago

Chief Multi-Asset Strategist, Blackrock 

Francesco Mazzaferro

Head of European Systemic Risk Board Secretariat, European Central Bank (ECB)

Greg Medcraft

Director of the Directorate for Financial and Enterprise Affairs, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)

Alberto Minali*

Chief Executive Officer, Cattolica Assicurazioni

Francesco Minelli

Director of Innovation and Services, Observatory ANIA-Deloitte

Enzo Moavero Milanesi*

Minister of Foreign Affairs, Italian Government

Carlos Ignacio Montalvo Rebuelta

EMEA Insurance Risk and Regulatory Leader, Pricewaterhouse Coopers

Andrea Montanino

Chief Economist, Confindustria

Pietro Negri

Chairman, Italian Sustainable Investment Forum - Legal counsel, Italian National Association of Insurance Companies (ANIA)

José Antonio Ocampo

Board Member, Banco de la República Colombia – Chair, of the United Nations Committee for Development Policies (CDP) - former UN Under Secretary General, United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs

Giovanni Orsina

Deputy Director, Luiss School of Government

Roberto Paciotti

Head of Italian Branch, Standard and Poor’s Corporation

Luigi Paganetto

Vice Chairman, Cassa Depositi e Prestiti

Corrado Passera

Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Illimity Bank

Luca Peyrano

Chief Executive Officer, ELITE – London Stock Exchange Group 

Edoardo Reviglio

Chief Economist, Cassa Depositi e Prestiti

Roberto Ridolfi*

Special Advisor on Strategy and Financing Development, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

Alessandro Rivera*

General Director of the Treasury, Ministry of Economy and Finance, Italian Government 

Randy S. Rodgers

Executive Director, Bretton Woods Committee 

Silvia Maria Rovere

Chairwoman, Assoimmobiliare

Leonardo Rubattu

General Director, Iccrea Banca SpA

Giovanni Sabatini

General Manager, Italian Banking Association (ABI) – Chairman of the Executive Committee, European Banking Federation (EBF)

Dario Scannapieco

Vice President, European Investment Bank (EIB) 

Karl-Peter Schackmann-Fallis

Executive Member of the Board, Deutsche Sparkassen und Giroverband (DSGV)

Matthias Schäfer

Head of Team Financial Policy and Labour Market Policy, Konrad Adenauer Stiftung

Giuseppe Scognamiglio

Chairman, Eastwest European Institute

Alessandro Settepani

Country Head, FitchRatings Italy

Bernard Spitz

President, French Insurance Federation (FFA) - President International & Europe, Movement of the Enterprises of France (Medef) 

Pierluigi Stefanini

Chairman, Gruppo Unipol - Chairman, Italian Alliance for Sustainable Development (ASviS)

Domingo Sugranyes Bickel

President, Foundation Centesimus Annus Pro Pontifice

Goran Svilanovic

Secretary General, Regional Cooperation Council (RCC)

Mark Thatcher

Professor of The politics of cultural heritage in Europe, Luiss University

Eutimio Tiliacos

Secretary General, Foundation Centesimus Annus Pro Pontifice

Patrizia Toia

Vice Chair of the Committee on Industry, Research and Energy, European Parliament 

Hung Tran

Executive Managing Director, Institute of International Finance (IIF)

Cesare Trevisani

Chairman, Joint Italian Arab Chamber of Commerce (JIAAC)

Giovanni Tria*

Minister of Finance, Italian Government

Roberto Viola*

Director General for Communications Network, Content and Technology, DG CNECT, European Commission

Rick Watson

Managing Director, Association for Financial Markets in Europe (AFME)

Pehr Wissén

Senior Advisor, Swedish House of Finance

Laurent Zylberberg

Director of Institutional, International and European Relations, Caisse des Dèpôts

 
 
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