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The Board approves its list in view of the Shareholders’ Meeting

The Board approves its list in view of the Shareholders’ Meeting
15 April 2021 - Time: 23:59

Verona, 15 April 2021. The Board of Directors of Cattolica Assicurazioni, which met today under the chairmanship of Paolo Bedoni, concluded the process initiated on February 4th, 2021 aimed at presenting a list, in view of the renewal of the Board itself for the next three years, noting that from the April 1st, 2021 Cattolica has turned into a joint-stock company, with specific rules for the Shareholders' Meeting.

In line with the orientation for an optimal qualitative-quantitative composition of the Company's Board, the Appointments Committee, supported by the advisor Spencer Stuart, after examining a significant number of potential candidates, presented a proposal for a list of 15 candidates for the Board of Directors, based on the appointment of a Board composed of 15 members. The Board of Directors discussed the proposal and unanimously approved the aforementioned list of candidates to be submitted to the next Shareholders' Meeting scheduled for 13 and 14 May respectively in first and second call.

 

As required by the Articles of Association, the List is structured in two Sections:

The first section indicates the candidates for the office of Director who are not candidates for the office of member of the Management Control Committee:

  1. Davide Croff
  2. Camillo Candia
  3. Luigi Migliavacca
  4. Carlo Ferraresi (Chief Executive Officer)
  5. Stefano Gentili
  6. Roberto Lancellotti
  7. Cristiana Procopio
  8. Daniela Saitta
  9. Giulia Staderini
  10. Elena Vasco
  11. Paolo Benazzo
  12. Pierpaolo Marano 

The second section indicates the candidates for the office of Director who are also candidates for the office of member of the Management Control Committee:

  1. Silvia Arlanch
  2. Laura Santori
  3. Carlo Maria Pinardi

The list includes profiles with a mix of knowledge, skills and experience gained in the insurance and financial fields, in risk management and controls, ensuring the collective suitability of the Board and reflecting the strategic priorities that Cattolica will face.

This is a list of candidates that values diversity, with particular reference to gender and the mix of experiences, while at the same time respecting the regulatory and statutory requirements, the latter particularly aimed at enhancing the variety, shifts and professional skills of the Directors.

Finally, it is recalled that the Board of Directors in office will completely resign to favour the replacement of the Body with the new rules.