Mef consultations, Rivera leaves and Barbieri Hermitte arrives

Mef consultations, Rivera leaves and Barbieri Hermitte arrives

In the match between Palazzo Chigi and the Ministry of Economy, the former wins the nomination of the Director General of the Treasury. Alessandro Rivera, whom Prime Minister Meloni had criticized for handling the MPS dossier, leaves the post for Riccardo Barbieri Hermitte. Barbieri is Chief Economist and Director of Research and Economic and Financial Analysis at the Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Economy and Finance, since August 2015, when he was Minister Pier Carlo Padoan.

Barbieri is also a member of the board of directors of Ferrovie dello Stato (since 2021) and of the Cassa Depositi e Prestiti Foundation (since 2020), as well as a government observer on the Board of Governors of the Bank of Italy (since 2018). . Previously, Barbieri carried out academic and research activities at Bocconi University and New York University and then worked in financial markets from 1990 to 2015 as an economist, market strategist and research director at JP Morgan (1990-1995), Morgan Stanley (1995 -2006), Bank of America (2007-2009), Algebris (2010) and Mizuho International (2011-2015).

Born in Rome, Barbieri grew up in Milan and lived five years in New York and twenty in London before returning to Rome to work at the Treasury. Among the other appointments approved by the Council of Ministers, emphasis should be given to Head of the Department of General Administration, Personnel and Services of the Ministry Ilaria Antonini, first-rank manager of the functions of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers and her placement in a position of command in the same Ministry. Renewal of the position of General Accountant of the State for Biagio Mazzotta, senior manager of the Ministry of Economy and Finance. On the proposal of the Minister of Business and Made in Italy, Benedetto Mineo was appointed Secretary General of the Ministry of Business and Made in Italy. While Luigi Maruotti arrives at the presidency of the Council of State.

Source: IL Tempo

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