Marco Giorgino107

Director pursuant to the combined provisions of the By-Laws, Ministerial Decree 169/2020, Italian Legislative Decree 58/1998 (Consolidated Law on Finance) and the Corporate Governance Code

Marco Giorgino has been an Independent Director of Banca Monte dei Paschi since December 2017, where he is currently also Lead Independent Director, Chairman of the Risk and Sustainability Committee and member of the Remuneration Committee.

He graduated with the highest honours in Business Administration from the Luigi Bocconi University in 1990-1991 and since 2004 has been a Professor at the Polytechnic of Milan, where he holds the Chair of "Financial Markets and Institutions" and "Financial Risk Management" in the Second-Level Degree Programme in Management Engineering.

He has more than thirty years of experience in the field of research and education and has coordinated numerous projects that have resulted in more than one hundred and fifty national and international publications on banking and finance topics. More recently he has focused on "governance and sustainability" and "risk management” – both for industrial and financial companies – and on "digital innovation" and "sustainability" in banking and financial services. 

In 2015, he founded the "Fintech & Insurtech" Observatory of the Polytechnic of Milan and, since then, has been its Scientific Director.

He has spoken at more than two hundred conferences and seminars on topics related to economics, corporate finance, market finance, corporate governance, risk management, digital innovation in banking and financial services, and sustainability.

He is among the “Le Nostre Firme" of Il Sole 24 Ore and a columnist for television newspapers (Rai, Sky, Class CNBC, etc).

He has been a Certified Statutory Auditor since 1999 and a certified public accountant since 1992.

He has served and continues to serve on the Boards of Directors or Boards of Statutory Auditors of leading financial and banking companies, including those subject to European Banking Supervision, as well as industrial companies and Supervisory Boards. He has been an Independent Director of Luxottica and of companies of the Mediolanum Group.

Mr. Giorgino is currently an Independent Director of TERNA, where he is also Chairman of the Control, Risk and Sustainability Committee and member of the Related-Party Transactions Committee, and of Real Step SICAF.