04.12.2017 - "THE EVOLVE EVENT — 2007-2017": MAIRE TECNIMONT'S TEN YEARS OF LISTING

 

 

from left to right: Marco Fortis, Edison Foundation Director, Remo Ruffini, Moncler Chairman and CEO, Mauro Micillo, Banca IMI CEO and Managing Director, Fabrizio Di Amato, Maire Tecnimont Chairman, and journalist Nicola Porro, who moderated the panel

 

Maire Tecnimont’ Listing is turning ten this year and the company celebrated this important milestone today in Milan, at the premises of Borsa Italiana in Palazzo Mezzanotte. Chairman Fabrizio Di Amato and CEO Pierroberto Folgiero had the opportunity to review the Group’s main stages of development, having a view to future challenges too.

 

Representatives from institutions, enterprises, banks and universities discussed on how to support Italian companies engaged abroad. These companies represent in fact a Made in Italy based on entrepreneurship, expertise, innovation, and the talent of people at the centre. Nicola Porro moderated the panel, with contributions from Claudio Costamagna, Cassa Depositi e Prestiti (CDP) Chairman, Marco Fortis, Edison Foundation Director, Raffaele Jerusalmi, Borsa Italiana CEO, Mauro Micillo, Banca IMI CEO and Managing Director, and Remo Ruffini, Moncler Chairman and CEO. The discussion was followed by Minister of Economic Development Carlo Calenda’s concluding remarks.

 

During the event, the “issue zero” of the new Magazine EVOLVE was presented: an innovative communication tool to interact with all Group’s stakeholders. The magazine offers new insights on the discontinuity of the global scenario, as well as on the entrepreneurial attitudes required to create value. In this view, Maire Tecnimont identified these attitudes and turned them into corporate “Mottos”, and each of them will have a focus on a dedicated issue of the EVOLVE Review.

 

Lastly, for the first time in our industry thanks to innovative immersive technologies, the “Virtual Tour of a Maire Tecnimont‘s construction site” was premiered, in order to bring the public closer to the plants built by the Group in remote geographies.