Generali investments partners strengthen its capabilities with key appointments

  • Anna Maria Reforgiato Recupero new Head of Strategic Investors Group

  • Guido Maistri joins GIP as Senior Sales in Italy

  • Anna Maria Reforgiato Recupero new Head of Strategic Investors Group
  • Guido Maistri joins GIP as Senior Sales in Italy

 

Milan – Generali Investments Partners S.p.A. Società di gestione del risparmio (GIP) has strengthened its team with two appointments that enrich the company’s expertise, to better respond to market requirements and ensure its offering and structure are more and more customer-centric.

Anna Maria Reforgiato Recupero is appointed Head of Strategic Investors Group

Reporting to GIP CEO, Carlo Trabattoni, the Strategic Investor Group team led by Anna Maria Reforgiato Recupero is 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.

Guido Maistri joins GIP as Senior Sales to develop the Italian retail market

Reporting to GIP Head of Sales Italy, Paolo Casadonte, Guido will be tasked with the development of the retail, private banking and financial advisory businesses on the Italian market. To achieve these goals, he will also leverage on the innovative and highly specialized investment strategies the Generali Group is more and more focusing on, within the framework of its asset management strategy.

GENERALI INVESTMENTS PARTNERS STRENGTHENS ITS CAPABILITIES WITH
KEY APPOINTMENTS

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