*Indipendent Director in accordance with article 148, paragraph 3 of the CFA, as set out at article 147-ter, paragraph 4 of the CFA and of the article 2 of the Code of Corporate of Governance **Non Executive Director
Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) Committee
Chiara Medioli* President Ada Imperadore* Giorgio Ferraris
Remuneration and Nomination Committee
Ada Imperadore* President Susanna Pedretti*
Control, Risk and Related Party Transactions Committee
Susanna Pedretti* President Ada Imperadore*
*Indipendent Director in accordance with article 148, paragraph 3 of the CFA, as set out at article 147-ter, paragraph 4 of the CFA and of the article 2 of the Code of Corporate of Governance
Marco Francesco Eigenmann began his career in the family company Eigenmann & Veronelli S.p.A. From 1987 and until 1997 he was Director of Pharma-Food-Cosmetics Division and member of the Board of Directors, and Vice President since 1992. Since 1992, he has been CEO of Fine Foods, initially under the control of Eigenmann & Veronelli S.p.A. In 1997, he acquired half of Fine Foods’s share capital from Eigenmann & Veronelli and focused his activity exclusively on Fine Foods. In 2005, through Eigenfin, he purchased the remaining half of the Company’s capital from Alberto Sada. He is the Fine Foods’ President with power of attorney.
Giorgio Ferraris obtained a Pharmacy Degree from the University of Pavia. He attended academic programmes in Strategy and Finance for Executives at Harvard Business School. Ferraris began his career in the synthesis laboratory of Zschimmer & Schwarz – a German company that produces surfactants and emulsifiers. He took responsibility for pilot plants and quality control laboratories. He first worked in the technical support department, then sales, and later became Business Manager of the 3V Group’s Detergents Division Specialty Chemicals sector. He became Corporate Business Director, with responsibility for Business Managers across the company’s eight divisions. In 1995 he moved to Manhattan and took the role of Executive Vice President of 3V Inc. in Weehawken, NJ, USA, with plants in South Carolina. In 2003, he returned to Italy and was involved with Mondadori’s graphic activities across five plants. This included responsibilities for captive relationships with Mondadori in Segrate and relationships with international key customers including Ikea, National Geographic, and the Metropolitan Museum in New York. He later became President of the European Association for Rotogravure printing (ERA). In 2012, he became Managing Director of the Italian branch of CTI Invest, which is part of the Austrian Trierenberg Group – a world leader in tobacco packaging. In 2013, he joined Fine Foods, first as General Manager and then as CEO. In 2013, he joined the Board of Mondo Convenienza, which he gave up in 2014 due to its incompatibility with Fine Foods activities.
Marco Costaguta graduated cum laude in Mechanical Engineering from Politecnico di Milano in 1984, and obtained an INSEAD Masters in business administration in 1987. Between 1984 and 1985, Costaguta worked for Hewlett Packard in Andover (USA), where he was Quality Control Manager. Between 1985 and 1988, Costaguta returned to Milan, Italy, where he worked in McKinsey & Co. as an Engagement Manager working on Italian and multinational companies’ strategy and operations projects. Between 1989 and 2021, Costaguta worked as Director at Bain & Company, where he led Italian, UK and European strategy, operations and organisation projects in the fast-moving consumer goods [FMCG], process industries, and private equity sectors. In 2012, Costaguta founded the company Long Term Partners S.r.l., an Advisory Personal company, which provides advice to large family groups on governance and succession issues, on strategy and operations.
Ada Imperadore graduated in Economics and Business at the University of Verona and attended postgraduate courses in Preventive Arrangement and Bankruptcy, and Bankruptcy Trustee. She has a Masters in corporate tax law and another in “The Crisis of Small and Medium Enterprises being Reformed” from the Verona Odcec. Imperadore is enrolled in the Register of Auditors, the Order of Chartered Accountants of Verona, the National List of Independent Evaluation Bodies and the Register of Court-appointed appraisers and experts at the Verona Court. Between 1991 and 2000, Imperadore worked, as a Senior, with Studio Dott. Renato Fiorio in the tax/commercial sector. Between 2001 and 2008, she worked, as a Senior, with Studio Mercanti Dorio in the legal and tax field. Between 2009 and 2018, she became a Studio Mercanti Dorio partner and a Board of Directors member from 2013 to 2018. She has been a tax/commercial sector coordinator since 2009. Imperadore is currently a partner of Dorio Testa Imperadore – Professionisti Associati since January 2019, in the tax/commercial sector. Since 2017 Imperadore has served as President of the Institutional Training Commission ODCEC of Verona, as Member of the Study Commission in Accounting Principles of Financial Statements, and Member of the Study Commission in Business Law and Extraordinary Transactions. Among her more recent significant professional experiences, Imperadore has been Advisor in the drafting and preparing the appeal to the Arrangement with Creditors procedure and liquidation and ongoing Creditor Plan for companies of different sectors. She has been i) an AGSM S.P.A. Director; ii) Cattaneo Ventisei S.r.l. Sole Director; iii) Veneto Sviluppo S.p.A. Director; iv) Carol Invest S.r.l. Director; v) Chairman of the Board of Statutory Auditors and Auditor in companies operating in various financial sectors; vi) ESA-COM S.p.A. Chairman of the Board of Statutory Auditors; vii) Consulfiduciaria S.p.A. Standing Auditor; viii) Videosystem S.r.l Sole Auditor.
Chiara Medioli has been with the Fedrigoni Group since 2002, where she is Board Deputy Chair and Chief Sustainability & Communication Officer. Medioli previously worked for Vodafone (1995-1998) and Bertelsmann, where she was founder and co-shareholder of London-based Booktailor (1999 to 2002).Medioli is the Fondazione Fedrigoni Fabriano President and a San Colombano S.p.A. Board member. She has a degree in Business and Economics from Ca’ Foscari University in Venice and a Masters in Business Administration from INSEAD (France).
Adriano Pala Ciurlo graduated in Law in 1995 at the University of Camerino. He enrolled in the Register of Lawyers in 1998 and the Register of Supreme Court Lawyers in 2015. He has been identified as an expert in leading industry publications, including: The Legal500, The European Legal, Chambers Global (2007-2008) and European Legal Experts. Pala Ciurlo is currently a partner at Grimaldi Studio Legale where he focuses on corporate and capital markets law and extraordinary corporate transactions. Between 2012 and 2017, he was a member of the Board of Directors of Frendy Energy S.p.A. – a company which was admitted to trading on AIM Italia. Before joining the Firm in 2005, Pala Ciurlo was a partner at Studio d’Urso Munari Galli. Pala Ciurlo has been a member of the Board of Directors of Fine Foods since 2018.
Susanna Pedretti – graduated in Law from the University of Milan in 1977. She has been a member of the Bar since 2005. Pedretti is Founding Partner of Auditability S.r.l. S.B., a consulting firm that deals with “governance compliance and sustainability”, internal control systems and risk management of industrial and commercial companies, and specialises in compliance issues under Legislative Decree 231/2001 and internal control systems, corporate governance. Pedretti holds the position of Independent Director in the following listed companies: i) Ambienthesis S.p.A., Chairman of the Risk and Sustainability Committee; ii) Full Six S.p.A., Chairman of the Risk Control Committee and member of the Related Parties and Remuneration Committees; iii) Digital Bros S.p.A., Chairman of the Remuneration Committee and member of the Risk Committee. Pedretti was a member or Chairman of the Supervisory Bodies under Legislative Decree 231/2001.
Laura Soifer graduated in Business Administration at Luigi Bocconi University in Milan in 1998, and in 2010, she obtained the title of Chartered Accountant and Auditor (Milan Register). Between 1999 and 2001, Soifer worked at Sap Italia Spa as a Junior Consultant in the development team, designing and implementing the Management Control system in companies operating in the industrial, pharmaceutical, textile and service sectors. Between 2001 and 2006, Soifer was Senior Consultant at EOS Management Consulting Srl in the development team, responsible for designing and implementing the Management Control system in companies operating in the industrial, pharmaceutical, textile and service sectors. She also worked in the Strategy and Finance team. Between 2006 and 2009, Soifer held the role of Finance Director of Cordea Savills SGR SpA as a Senior Member of the Finance Europe area responsible for new product development, corporate finance (capital raising from Institutional Investors of Luxembourg Funds, debt capital raising, mergers and acquisitions), and group taxation. Soifer dealt with the development and management of the Administration, Finance and Control Area Team in Italy and its coordination. From 2009 to date, Soifer has been Associate Professional at Studio Commercialisti Fumagalli e Codega. Since 2018, Soifer has been Lecturer of ” Company Methodologies and Quantitative Determinations” and “Management accounting” at the Faculty of Economics of the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore. Since December 2019, Soifer has been the Independent Director of Orsero SpA and since March 2020, Independent Director of Digital Bros S.p.A.
Mario Tagliaferri graduated in Economics and Business at the University of Bergamo in 1987. Since 1990, Tagliaferri has been enrolled in the Register of Chartered Accountants, in the Register of Auditors since 1995 and has been a technical consultant of the Court of Cremona since 1991. Tagliaferri works as a chartered accountant and auditor, as a partner of Studio LEXIS – Dottori Commercialisti Associati in Crema (Cr). His work involves tax and corporate consulting for large and medium-sized companies, focusing on corporate and business reorganisations carried out through extraordinary transactions. Tagliaferri is a speaker at professional conventions and has published technical texts and articles on civil and fiscal matters in specialised magazines of important publishers, such as Il Sole24Ore and IPSOA. Tagliaferri holds positions as statutory auditor and auditor in industrial, service and banking companies.
Luca Manzoni graduated in Law from the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milan in 2009 and a masters in corporate tax law from the Luigi Bocconi University of Milan in 2014. Manzoni has been a member of the Bergamo Bar since 2013, and practised Law at Studio Donati Fachinetti Giavazzi from 2009 to 2012. Between 2012 and 2014, he worked with Studio Manzoni, accountants, auditors, lawyers, and since 2015 he has worked with Studio Integrato Tributario in Viale Majno 45, in Milan.
Matteo Zucca graduated in Economics and Business at the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milan in 1997, and became a Chartered Accountant in 2001. Since 2002, he has been enrolled in the Register of Technical Consultants of the Court of Cremona and since 2003 in the Register of Auditors. He obtained two masters in Planning and Management Control in 2012 and Management Control in 2013. Since 2001, he has been working as a chartered accountant and auditor as a partner of Studio Associato Tagliaferri, which became LEXIS – Dottori Commercialisti Associati in Crema (Cr) in 2010. Tagliaferri work involves tax and corporate consultancy, particularly joint-stock companies, management control consultancy, and the company’s auditor role. Over the years, Tagliaferri has specialised in the valuation of companies and shareholdings, preparing budgets and business plans, and the preventive and final analysis of financial statements. Tagliaferri holds positions of statutory auditor and auditor in industrial and service companies. He has been a speaker at conferences organised by the ODCEC in Milan and a lecturer at the School of Higher Education SAF of the Milan ODCEC. He taught a Corporate Finance course on the subject “Financial Mathematics for the accountant” in 2017. Tagliaferri participated in the drafting of technical texts for major publishers such as Il Sole24Ore and Franco Angeli.
Marco Valsecchi graduated in Business Administration at the Luigi Bocconi University in Milan in 1990. Valsecchi has been a qualified chartered accountant since 1992, and is registered in the Register of Chartered Accountants of Milan and Register of Auditors. Between 1992 and 1994, Valsecchi worked as an assistant auditor at Price Waterhouse SpA, between 1994 and 1997 at the same company as a tax specialist, and between 1997 and 1998 as an assistant of Studio Tributario Amministrativo Internazionale, PricewaterhouseCoopers SpA’s correspondent in Italy. Since 1998, Valsecchi has been the owner of the “Studio Valsecchi Associazione Professionale”. His work focuses on medium and large-sized companies and concerns i) ongoing consultancy on tax and corporate matters; ii) ordinary tax assistance on direct and indirect taxes, preparation of tax returns, electronic transmissions; iii) assistance in the preparation of statutory and consolidated financial statements; iv) tax assistance concerning extraordinary operations; v) assistance and representation in court in tax litigation. Valsecchi holds several offices as Chairman of the Board of Statutory Auditors and Statutory Auditor.