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Highly qualified individual with managerial experience. High standard
integrity, strong organizational skills, the ability to work well under pressure and to coordinate multiple projects simultaneously and to prioritize responsibilities.
1985 DEGREE IN ECONOMICS University of Torino - Italy
1997 CONSOB QUALIFYING EXAMINATION Piemonte Regional commission : Qualifying
examination to practise as Financial Planner - Italy
Excellent computer skills : Internet, personal computer and software programs including but not limited to IBM AS400, Word, Excel, and SUN Microsystem.
Fluent in ENGLISH due to many “full immersion” language courses, stages and business trips to England and U.S.A. and Proficient in SPANISH improved with regular language courses in Spain and Italy.
Since 2003 CORNAGLIA SPA
I am currently employed by Cornaglia Group a major metallurgical group, in its Plastics Division located inVillarbasse (Turin), Italy. Cornaglia is an industry leader in developing cutting edge technological solutions for the automotive world. As one of the most important Italian components companies, it is the supplier for the most prestigious clients on the European market.
My duties include managing of the IDMS ( Integrated Database Management System) which is used in the automotive market to detail each single product, making the interchange of production information possible; and overseeing all documentation relating to technical approvals, security issues and piece work production security issues and piece work production in cooperation with the Personnel department and analysis and managing of serial storages in cooperation with Accounting and Purchasing department.
1999 – 2003 BIPIELLE NET BANK SPA
As a certified Financial Planner for Bipielle Net Bank Spa, I was responsible for the development of a new paradigm in the management of the Bank’s financial products. This included the implementation of this model through recruitment of clients throughout Northern Italy, sales of products, and rendering of professional services.
1997 - 1999 STEFA SRL
While employed at STEFA SRL, a subsidiary of TI Group, a leader in global specialized engineering, I was an Assistant Manager to the Financial Director. My responsibilities included: the upkeep of accounting records in compliance with local and U.S. requirements; the preparation and submission of company tax returns; the development of budgets and management reports; and the revision of obsolete administrative procedures.
1994 - 1997 ROTOMODE SRL
During my employment as an Assistant Manager at this subsidiary of CORNAGLIA Spa, I was solely responsible for all the administrative and accounting matters of this facility, including the formulation, implementation and training of a IBM AS400 system; the training of other employees on this system, and oversaw the coordination of the compilation of data in conjunction with an external consulting firm.
1991 - 1994 CREDIT SUISSE FIRST BOSTON S.I.M. SPA
As an Assistant Manager in the Milan office, I collaborated with the Financial Director to develop and implement an internal accounting system which had been previously managed by an external consulting group. The system was designed to manage, on a daily basis, all the financial matters which arose as a result of the SIM Law which was issued in Italy in 1991 ( Banks and Companies brokering and trading on the Stock Exchange ). I was also responsible for the accounting, financial and fiscal aspects of the Company and in particular I was charged with general accounting, contact with banks and the submission of tax returns.
1990 - 1991 ECONOMICAL PROFESSIONAL OFFICE
I spent one and an half year in training with the aim of studying and probing the balance sheet matters with particular regard to the civil, accounting and fiscal aspects of it.
1986 - 1990 HEWLETT - PACKARD ITALIA SPA
The “ HP - FERRARI project 1988 “ aimed at strengthening any administrative experience gained during the first 18 working months spent in Milan and in Turin. Such a project consisted of the setting up of a new compuer system in Maranello with the objective of monitoring and testing the engines of each every new car directly on the production line rather than in the testing-room. The administrative responsibility involved the economic evaluation of the deal, the credit analysis of the client, the management and control of the material flow coming from the American production factories and the inventory analysis during the production of the system.
Such a big-deal was repeated with other companies of the FIAT group.