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Vitale strengthen his team with Claudio D’Eletto and Fabrizio Pagani

Vitale strengthen his team with Mr. Claudio D’Eletto as a Partner and Mr. Fabrizio Pagani as Senior Advisor starting from 1st March. 
Both Claudio and Fabrizio joined also the Board of Directors of Vitale.

Claudio joined Vitale in 2022 as a Partner.

He has over 25 years of experience in Corporate & Investment Banking. Before joining Vitale Claudio was a Senior Banker in the CIB Division of UniCredit in Rome, where he covered major Rome based institutional and large corporate clients. Previously (from 2010 to 2018) he was Senior Banker at Société Générale with similar responsibilities.
From 2008 to 2010 Claudio was a Managing Director at Nomura and from 1995 to 2008 he worked for Lehman Brothers, mainly in the M&A team, in the London, Milan, New York and Rome offices. From 1999 to 2000 he was also member of the Finance and Privatization task force of IRI.
Claudio has been Board Member of Simest and Prelios Sgr and Member of the Investment Committee of F2i.





Fabrizio joined Vitale in 2022 as Senior Advisor.

Fabrizio was counsellor in various Italian economic departments and Head of the Technical Secretariat of the Italian Government. Presidency of the Council of Ministers. At the OECD, Paris, he negotiated international agreements on trade, taxation and investments, later becoming advisor to the Secretary General and his representative within the G20. He subsequently held the position of Sherpa G20 for the Italian government and economic advisor to the Prime Minister. Then, for four years he was Head of the Technical Secretariat of the Minister of Economy and Finance, with a role of coordinating fiscal, privatization, financial markets, investments and savings policies. Most recently he is Global Head of Economics and Capital Market Strategy of Muzinich & Co. Fabrizio is member of the board / advisory board of several companies and was a member of the board of ENI and Chairman of Eni's International Advisory Board for six years. Fabrizio teaches at SciencePo, Paris and at LUISS, Rome.


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