Intesa Sanpaolo announced several changes to the Bank’s top management to fully leverage the Group’s internal resources. Three major development programs were also launched to support the 2018-2021 Business Plan objectives. The new responsibilities will take effect on 1 January 2020.
Appointment in Private Banking Division
The new Head of the Private Banking Division will be Tommaso Corcos, who, after a previous experience in Banca Fideuram, is currently in charge of the Asset Management Division. Paolo Molesini will remain CEO and General Manager of Fideuram Intesa Sanpaolo Private Banking until the date of the Shareholders’ Meeting called to approve the 2019 Financial Statements. On that date, the appointment of Tommaso Corcos as CEO and General Manager, and Paolo Molesini as Chairman, will be proposed to the Company’s governing bodies.
Appointment in Asset Management Division
The new Head of the Asset Management Division will be Saverio Perissinotto, who, after years of experience in the Private Banking Division, is currently Head of the Division’s ISPB Business Coordination Area as well as General Manager of Intesa Sanpaolo Private Banking. Tommaso Corcos will remain CEO and General Manager of Eurizon Capital SGR until the
date of the Shareholders’ Meeting called to approve the 2019 Financial Statements. On that date, the appointment of Saverio Perissinotto as CEO and General Manager will be proposed to the Company’s governing bodies.
Appointment in International Subsidiary Banks Division
The new Head of the International Subsidiary Banks Division will be Marco Rottigni, who, after a previous experience in the Global Corporate Department of the Corporate and Investment Banking (CIB) Division, is currently Head of the Chief Lending Officer Governance Area.
About Intesa Sanpaolo
Intesa Sanpaolo is one of the most solid and profitable banks in Europe, providing wealth management, consumer banking, corporate and investment banking, asset management and insurance. As the market leader in Italy, Intesa Sanpaolo serves nearly 12 million customers through digital and traditional channels. The Group’s international subsidiary banks provide for an additional 7.2 million customers in Central Eastern Europe, the Middle East and North Africa.
Intesa Sanpaolo is recognized as one of the most sustainable banks in the world. The Group believes that value creation should be interpreted broadly, supporting social purpose and driving the real economy. As part of its commitment to sustainable growth, Intesa Sanpaolo has created a €5 billion financing facility dedicated to the circular economy. The Group’s large-scale project for economic inclusion and poverty alleviation includes a Fund for Impact to provide €1.2 billion in loans to those parts of society that find access to credit difficult.