Intesa Sanpaolo has made several changes to the Bank's top management with the aim to fully leverage the Group's internal resources.
The new head of the private banking division will be Tommaso Corcos, who, after a previous experience in Banca Fideuram, is currently in charge of the asset management unit. Corcos will be succeeding Paolo Molesini, who will remain CEO and general manager of Fideuram Intesa Sanpaolo Private Banking until the date of the Shareholders' meeting called to approve the 2019 Financial Statements.
In his current role of head of the asset management unit, Corcos will be replaced by Saverio Perissinotto, who, is currently head of the division's ISPB business coordination area as well as general manager of Intesa Sanpaolo Private Banking. Tommaso Corcos will remain CEO and General Manager of Eurizon Capital SGR until the date of the Shareholders' Meeting.
The Group has also appointed Marco Rottigni as head of the international subsidiary banks division. He currently holds the role of head of the chief lending officer governance area.
The new head of the chief operating officer governance area will be Paola Angeletti, who, after a previous experience as head of the M&A head office department, is currently head of the international subsidiary banks division.
The new head of the chief lending officer governance area will be Raffaello Ruggieri, who, after many years of experience in Banca IMI, is currently head of the global corporate department of the corporate and investment banking division.