Mauro Micillo



Head of the IMI Corporate & Investment Banking Division since 27 April 2016.

M. Micillo graduated with first class honors in Business and Administration in 1994 at the Statale University of Brescia.

Thanks to a fellowship, he subsequently specialised in “Currency Management and International Finance”. After holding various positions in FINECO and IMI-FIDEURAM Group, in 2000 he joined Banca Esperia (Mediobanca, Mediolanum & Partners) as Chief Investment Officer.

In 2002, he joined the Capitalia Group as Executive Director, in charge of the Group Finance (Treasury, Trading, Product Structuring and ALM). In 2005, he was appointed CEO of the Group’s asset management company.

In October 2007, following the merger of the company into the UniCredit Group, he left the Capitalia Group and became Deputy General Manager and Chief Financial Officer of the Banca Popolare di Vicenza Group.

In October 2009, he was appointed CEO of the Intesa Sanpaolo Group asset management company (Eurizon Capital), directly reporting to the then Group CEO.

In January 2014, he was appointed General Manager of Banca IMI, of which he became CEO in March 2015, retaining the position until the bank was merged into the Parent Company in June 2020.

In April 2016, he became Head of the Corporate and Investment Banking Division of Intesa Sanpaolo (currently IMI Corporate & Investment Banking Division).

As far as international roles are concerned, he was a member of the European Commission’s Expert Group on Market Efficiency. He was also Chair of Allfunds Bank, a Spanish bank later listed on the London Stock Exchange. He is currently a Member of the Supervisory Board (Net Zero Carbon Cities) of the World Economic Forum.

Alongside his professional activity, he also passionately developed the academic one. Firstly, as Lecturer at the SDA Bocconi, then as Adjunct Professor at the University of Brescia and since 2006 as Adjunct Professor of the “Asset Management” University chair at the LUISS Guido Carli in Rome.

Since 2024 he has been Visiting Fellow at Oxford University.

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