Paolo Scaroni is deputy chairman of Rothschild & Co, chairman of Giuliani, and chairman of AC Milan. He obtained an economics degree from Milan’s Bocconi University and an M.B.A. from Columbia Business School.
After business school, Scaroni was an associate at McKinsey. From 1973 until 1985, he was with Saint Gobain, culminating with his appointment as president of the Flat Glass Division. In 1985, Mr. Scaroni became CEO of Techint, and executive vice president of SIV, a joint venture between Techint and Pilkington. He joined Pilkington in 1996 and was CEO until May 2002, when he became CEO of Enel, Italy’s leading electricity utility and after CEO of Eni, one of the world’s major integrated oil companies, from May 2005 to May 2014.
He is the non-executive director of Veolia Environnement in Paris, non-executive director of Ingosstrakh in Moscow, and member of the Board of Overseers of Columbia Business School in New York.
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