Chairman of Autostrade per l'Italia since January 2019, Mr. Mari holds an honours degree in chemical engineering from Rome's "La Sapienza" University. He began his career in the Istituto Mobiliare Italiano, where he was appointed Central Director in 1997, in charge of credits to large industrial groups and Corporate Finance. From 1999 to 2002, he was Managing Director of IMI Investimenti S.p.A. and from 2003 to 2005 he was General Director of COFIRI. He was and is still today a member of the Board of Directors of listed companies and various share capital companies.
He has been on Atlantia's Board of Directors since 2009, where he held the position of Chairman of the Control, Risk and Corporate Governance Committee, Chairman of the Independent Directors Committee for Operations with Correlated Parties and Director in Charge of the internal control and risk management system.
Already Director General of Autostrade per l'Italia as of September 2018, Roberto Tomasi was nominated CEO in January 2019, having joined the company in July 2015 as Chief Operating Officer for Construction and Infrastructure Development. Born in 1967, he holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Padua and has completed an Executive Program Master at Harvard Business School; an International Executive Program at INSEAD and a Master in Finance and Project Control at SDA Bocconi. Before joining Autostrade per l'Italia he served as Head of Carbon Generation for the Enel Group where he was previously Head of Engineering and Construction for the development of major traditional power plants, both on a national and international scale. Before this he held several senior positions in the field of Operations and Project Management, Engineering & Construction, Investment Management and Process Optimization, also for companies within the Fiat Group and for GE-Nuovo Pignone. Today he is Coordinator of the Autostrade per l'Italia Group's Italian highway concessionaires for investments and Value Engineering.
External Relations, Institutional Affairs and Marketing - Executive Vice President Amedeo Gagliardi
Legal Affairs – Executive Vice President
Head of External Relations, Institutional Affairs and Marketing of Atlantia and Autostrade per l'Italia, he is also Chairman of Ad Moving, the advertising sales agency for the highway sector, and Director of the TV services My Way and Infomoving as well as of the Agorà magazine. He is member of the General Council of Unindustria of Rome and Lazio and of the scientific Council of Symbola. He is also Joint Director of the Masters in Corporate Relations, Lobbying and Corporate Communication at the Luiss Guido Carli University where he teaches "Corporate Communication" and "Politics, Institutions and Lobbying". He is also Scientific Coordinator of the Executive Program on "Management of Consumer Relations". He has written numerous texts on economic and social issues and is editor of Avvenire, Prima Comunicazione and InPiù.
Born in Bari in 1974, he holds an honours degree in Law from Luiss Guido Carli University. In 1999 he completed a master's degree at RAI, Italy's television service, in broadcast journalism and is a professional journalist. From 2008 to 2011 he was Head of Corporate Affairs and External Relations at the Piaggio Group, Vice President of Confindustria Ancma and member of Finmeccanica's executive. Previously, from 2001 to 2007 he was Director of the Young Entrepreneurs' division of Confindustria (the Confederation of Italian Industry). Before this he was a professional journalist in RAI and analyst at the Luiss University where he coordinated the Lab for Modernisation. He sat on the Board of the Luiss Guido Carli University, of that of EICMA SpA and of the Piaggio Foundation.
Born in 1972, he holds a degree in Law from University of Rome, "La Sapienza". He is a lawyer with previous experience in the field of legal consultancy on issues relating to public works, holding roles of responsibility within consortiums operating in the construction of high speed train lines as well as appointments in top construction firms. Before joining Autostrade per l'Italia in 2007 he was Head of Legal Affairs in Italferr, Ferrovie dello Stato Group. In January 2015 he has been appointed Legal Affairs Executive Vice President. He is Director in some Group subsidiaries.
Graduating from the University of Turin with a degree in Law, he joined Autostrade per l'Italia in 2000 as Corporate Development Executive Vice President. He became Human Resources, Organisation and Quality Executive Vice President in 2003 and Chief Corporate Officer of Autostrade per l'Italia in 2008. He is board member of some Group subsidiaries. Previously, he was in 1981 Franchising Manager at Grimaldi and from 1983 covered positions of Human Resources, Organisation and IT Manager and Shared Service Manager at ENI Group, Snam Division. His last role before joining the Group was Human Resources, Organisation and IT Systems Executive Vice President at Italgas.
Chief Financial Officer of Autostrade per l'Italia and Atlantia. He is Manager Responsible for Autostrade per l'Italia and Atlantia's Financial Reporting pursuant to art. 154-bis of Legislative Decree no. 58/1998, since 2007 and director of some Group subsidiaries. Giancarlo Guenzi was born in 1955 and he graduated in Business Administration from the University of Rome "La Sapienza"; he is a chartered accountant and auditor. He has been working for the Group since 1994 after gaining valuable experience in Italstat Group and KPMG. He was for several years head of Group Planning and Control; from 2003 to 2007 he was appointed CEO and General Manager of Pavimental, the construction and maintenance Company of the Group infrastructure and pavements.
Born in 1966, he holds a degree in business economics from University LUISS Guido Carli. From 2001 to 2011 he worked at several consulting companies (Roland Berger, Bain and Company) served as Senior Partner and Partner in the field of infrastructure, entertainment and R&D. Previous experience in Booz Allen & Hamilton and Value Partners Management Consulting, and served as senior internal auditor and controller at Ing. C. Olivetti & C. He joined Autostrade per l'Italia S.p.A. in 2012.