Following a meeting today of the Eni S.p.A. Board of Directors, Eni has announced that Marco Mangiagalli, Chief Financial Officer, will leave the company and will be proposed as Chairman of Saipem, where he is already a member of the Board of Directors. Pietro Franco Tali will continue to act as CEO of Saipem. The Board of Directors expressed their appreciation to Mangiagalli for his services to the company over many years.
Alessandro Bernini, currently CFO of Saipem, will become CFO of Eni, effective August 1. Bernini joined Eni in 1996 and has been the CFO of Saipem since 2001.
The Board of Directors also:
- Confirmed the continuation of the Chairman’s powers to identify and promote integrated projects and international agreements of strategic importance, as provided for under the By-Laws;
- Approved the amendment to art. 12.2 of the By-Laws to adopt the new legal term for approval of the separate financial statements of 120 days from closure of the financial year envisaged by the laws enacting the Transparency directive;
- Confirmed Rita Marino, Chief Internal Auditor, as the Manager responsible for Internal Control, and appointed, with the approval of the Board of Statutory Auditors, the following members of the Compliance Committee pursuant to legislative decree no. 231 of 2001: Angelo Caso, an external member to act as Chairman; Giovanni Maria Garegnani, an external member; and, as internal members, Massimo Mantovani, Executive Vice President for Legal Affairs, Rita Marino, Chief Internal Auditor, Domenico Noviello, Executive Vice President for Legislation & Labor Disputes.