Enrico Tommaso Cucchiani (Milano, 1950). Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of
Intesa Sanpaolo as of December 2011, he was previously Chairman of Allianz S.p.A. and a
member of the Management Board ("Vorstand") of Allianz SE, with responsibility for the insurance
market in Italy, Spain, Portugal, Turkey, Greece and South America and of the global strategic
development and restructuring programme for the Claims business and distribution system of the
insurance group. He is a member of the General Council of the Aspen Institute in Italy, of the
Advisory Council of the Stanford University, of the Trilateral Commission, Italy and of the Executive
Committee of the US - Italy Council.
He started his professional career working for the International Department of one of the largest
American banks from 1977 to 1979, when he moved to McKinsey, working in Milano, London and
New York until 1985 dealing, in particular, with the banking sector. Before entering Lloyd Adriatico
in 1996, where he had been progressively appointed General Manager, CEO, Member of the
Executive Committee and Chairman, he had been appointed General Manager of the Gucci Group
from 1985 to 1992, then founding a venture capital firm.
After taking a degree in Economics from the Bocconi University in Milano, he took a Master in
Business Administration from the Stanford University and developed research activities on
strategies of multinational corporations at Harvard University. Knighted for services to Industry
“Cavaliere del Lavoro”, he was awarded “Alumnus of the year” by the Association of Bocconi
Graduates in 2006.
Gian Maria Gros ‐ Pietro,
Gian Maria Gros
urer of Business Economics at Luiss. He led
Business and Development
Research Institute (National Council for Research) from 1974
1995. In 1997 he was
appointed Chairman of Iri
with the task of privatising its subsidiaries. In
1999 he was
appointed Chiarman of Eni and tasked with guiding the liberalisation of the
gas market and
the expansion of the group in the Exploration & Production on a global scale
2002 to 2010 he served as Chairman of Atlantia, the leading Italian private infrastructure
He was a member of the National Council for the Economy and Labour for 10 years.
He chairs the scientific committee of Nomisma and is a member
of the scientific committee of
Confindustria. He chairs the listed company ASTM and is an independent Director of the listed
companies Caltagirone, Edison, Fiat. He is a member of the Executive Commit
ee of the
Industrial Union of Turin.