Paolo Fabris De Fabris

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

Paolo Fabris De Fabris has been an independent Director of Banca Monte dei Paschi since April 2023, where he is also a member of the Related Party Transactions Committee and of the 231 Supervisory Body.

A barrister of the Supreme Court of Cassation, he holds a degree in Law from the University of Bologna and a degree in Modern History from the University of Trieste.

In 2003 he attended the post-graduate course in International Commercial Law at the University of California - Davis and Berkeley and in 2004 the post-graduate course in International Contracts at the University of Cologne.

In 2013 he studied International Financial Law and Regulation at the London School of Economics and Political Science.

From 2005 he was Professor of Commercial Law at the University of Turin for more than 10 years.

Since 2007 he has been a lecturer on the IUSE Master's in "International Trade Law" for the seminar on "How to Structure an International Joint Venture".

Since 2009 he has been a lecturer on the IUC (International University College of Turin) Master's course on "Class Action".
He has taught and continues to teach several courses on banking as an adjunct professor for the SAA School of Management.

Since 2010 he has been a lecturer for the 1st Level MASTER’S - Management of Public and Public Service Companies.

He is a member of the Study Group of Legislative Decree No. 231/2001 of the Order of Chartered Accountants.

As a consultant, lecturer and researcher, he has gained considerable experience in the fields of commercial and banking law, management of corporate issues of public and mixed companies, corporate crisis resolution and insolvency proceedings, accounting law, corporate compliance and business ethics. 

He is the author of several publications.

He is also a member of the 231 Supervisory Body of certain companies with direct or indirect public shareholdings, such as Italcertifer S.p.A., Parcolimpico S.r.l., and SCS Ivrea S.p.A.