Patrizia Michela Giangualano

Patrizia Michela Giangualano

Non-executive – Independent - In office since May 2020
Belonging list: minority (a group of asset management companies and institutional investors)

Remuneration (Chairman)
Sustainability and Innovation

Born in Milan on 17 October 1959. 

Appointed Director of Leonardo by the Shareholders' Meeting of 20 May 2020.  She graduated in Economics and Business with a specialization in Corporate Finance and obtained a Master in Tax Law from Bocconi University in Milan.

She is currently a member of the Board of Directors and the Control and Risk Committee of the Mondadori Group, Epta, SEA Aeroporti and ASTM.

She is a member of the directive board of Nedcommunity (Reflection Group activity coordinator), an ADEIMF associate and collaborates with ASVIS (Alliance for Sustainable Development).

She provides consulting services to leading companies on issues of governance, integrated controlls system, compliance, 231 regulations and support to Supervisory Board, and assists medium-sized companies in assessing their degree of sustainability, preparing certifications and reports (non-financial statements) and corporate transformation.  She is a member of the Scientific Committee of the Sole24Ore Business School for master's degree courses: Board Members and Auditors of public and private companies and corporate sustainability management (strategy, governance, risk management and ESG performance). She teaches at universities, associations and masters in the relevant activities.   

Other professional experiences include the following: Director of UBI Banca with positions on the internal control, risk and remuneration committees (2016-2019), PwC Associate Partner (2007-2016), Capgemini Deputy Chairman Head of Banking Area (2005-2007), A.T. Kearney Principal (2000-2005), Ernst & Young Senior Manager (1998-2000), IBM and network Marketing Manager and Head of Busines Unit (1986-1998), Montedison Business Analyst (1984-1985).

She is co-author of Sustainability in search of enterprises (Egea 2019).