Maria Patrizia Grieco Pesidente Banca Mps 360x360

Chairperson pursuant to Consolidated Law on Finance

Maria Patrizia Grieco has been the Chairperson of the Board of Directors of Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena since May 2020.
She has been also Chairperson of Assonime (the association of the Italian joint stock companies) since June 2021 and Deputy Chairperson of the Italian Banking Association since July 2022.

From May 2014 to May 2020 she was Chairperson of the Board of Directors of Enel, world leader in the utilities sector.
Having graduated in Law from the University of Milan, she started her career in 1977 at ltaltel, where in 1994 she became chief of the Legal and General Affairs directorate. In 1999, she was appointed General Manager with the task of reorganizing and repositioning the company, and in 2002 she became Chief Executive Officer.
 Subsequently, she held the positions of Chief Executive Officer of Siemens Informatica, Partner of Value Partners and Chief Executive Officer of the Group Value Team (today NTT Data).
From 2008 to 2013 she was Chief Executive Officer of Olivetti, where she also held the role of Chairperson from 2011.
She has been a member of the Board of Directors of Fiat Industrial, CIR, Anima Holding and Endesa S.A. and currently serves on the Board of Ferrari and Amplifon. 
She is also member of the Board of Directors of Bocconi University.
Maria Patrizia Grieco was Chairperson of the Italian Corporate Governance Committee from 2017 to 2021. During her mandate, the new Corporate Governance Code for Italian listed companies was issued.
In the framework of the G20 Italy, she was Chair of the "Integrity & Compliance" Task Force of the B20 Italy, which provided pragmatic solutions that embraced the renewed concepts of integrity and compliance, to create a better future through inclusion and positive impact. She was also a member of the G20 Business Advisory Board for the Italian Presidency, led by The European House - Ambrosetti. The Board supported the Italian Prime Minister providing contributions to the G20 agenda.