Anna Maria Reforgiato Recupero recognized as ‘Investment Woman of the Year’ at the Women in Investment Awards Italy 2019

Milan – Anna Maria Reforgiato Recupero has been recognized as Investment Woman of the Year during the first edition of the Women in Investment Awards Italy 2019, organized by InvestmentEurope.

Anna Maria Reforgiato Recupero is Head of Strategic Investors Group (SIG) at Generali Investments Partners S.p.A. Società di gestione del risparmio, acting as a hub for all the Generali Group’s asset management companies and units, including boutiques and affiliates, when dealing with strategic partners and key accounts. Her team is a resource interacting with all the Generali Group product factories and investment teams.

In addition to the tangible contribution at business development level, Anna Maria nurtured her sensitivity to diversity and inclusion issues, working closely with the HR functions to stimulate reflection and action on these topics, also leveraging on the best practices from her international experience.

Anna Maria joined Generali in September 2017, after having covered senior roles at Goldman Sachs International and Morgan Stanley, as Head of Insurance & Liability Driven Investors (LDI) Solutions, a key function in the framework of the Generali’s asset management strategy in Europe.

ANNA MARIA REFORGIATO RECUPERO RECOGNIZED AS ‘INVESTMENT WOMAN OF THE YEAR’ AT THE WOMEN
IN INVESTMENT AWARDS ITALY 2019

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