18th November 2021

17.30 - 19.30

Palazzo Parigi, Milan
On-site participation is by invitation only

Keynote speakers

Dominick Salvatore

Fordham University, Professor of Economics

Dominick Salvatore is Distinguished Professor of Economics, Director of the Ph.D. Program in Economics at Fordham University in New York City, and Director of the Global Economic Policy Center. Honorary Professor at the Shanghai Finance University, Nanjing University, Hunan University, and University of Pretoria. Visiting Professor at various universities on four continents. Held various professional and editorial positions. Gave more than 600 lectures around the world, was awarded the Achievement Award by the City of University of New York, the Order of the Knights of Malta, and was nominated for the 2010 National Medal of Science awarded by the President of the United States.

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Luca Dal Fabbro

Circular Value Fund, Founder

Luca Dal Fabbro holds a degree in Chemical Engineering from the I University of Rome and a master’s degree in International Politics from ULB at the Centre des Etudes Internationales et strategiques in Brussels; he studied Advance Management at the M.I.T. Sloan School in Boston.

Founder of the Circular Value Fund, General Manager of INSO SpA and Chairman of Tamini Tarsformatori. Vice President of the Circular Economy Network and Founding Member of the Brussels-based OCCE (Organisation for Climate and Circular Economy). Member of the Advisory Board of Friends of Aspen.

He has extensive international experience in industry and energy. He was a member of the Board of Directors of Terna S.p.A. (FTSE MIB Milan) as well as Chairman of the Control Risks Governance Sustainability Committee and member of the Related Parties Committee. He was a director of Buzzi Unicem SpA.

He was Chief Executive Officer of GRT Group SA, a Swiss multinational company leader in the circular economy and green tech. He listed the company Electro Power Systems S.A. in Paris Euronext as Chairman, while before that he was Chairman of Domotecnica, Managing Director of E.ON Italia SpA and E.ON Energia Spa,

Managing Director of Enel Energia SpA, member of the Board of Directors of Enel Gas Spa and of the municipalized company AMGA SpA.
He was head of the Far East desk of the Istituto Affari Internazionali.

Author of the book “L’economia del Girotondo” (2007) on the Circular Economy, sustainability and the social, environmental and economic challenges imposed by climate change.

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Raffaella Tenconi

Ada Economics, Economist and Founder

ADA is the brainchild of Raffaella A. Tenconi, she founded the company in 2015. She is the daughter of two entrepreneurs and grew up in Lombardy, Italy, before moving to the UK, where she gained a BSc in Philosophy and Economics at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and a two-year MSc in Global Market Economics, also at the LSE.
Over the past 17 years, Raffaella has worked as a business economist for the following companies: OXERA; Lombard Street Research; Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein Investment Bank; Straumur Investment Bank; WOOD & Company; and Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
She has a passion for understanding how economies work, and an even greater desire to turn research into an effective tool for financial decision making.

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Monica Bertodatto

Economist, Expert PPP, Ambassador Impppact

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Francesco Bicciato

Forum per la Finanza Sostenibile, Secretary General

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Silvia Camisasca

Physics, Journalist

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Luigi Corvo

Open Impact, Founder & Researcher

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Laura Di Raimondo

Asstel, General Manager

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Marco Galli

Gattai, Minoli, Partners, IP & IT Dept

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Licia Garotti

Gattai, Minoli, Partners, Head of IP and TechLaw practice; co-head Fintech Taskforce

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Margherita Leder

COO, TMP Group

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Alessandra Locatelli

Lombardia Region, Regional Councilor for the Family, Social Solidarity, Disability and Gender Equality

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Matteo Lorito

Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Dean

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Roberto Nicastro

Aidexa, Founder

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Agnese Pini

La Nazione, Director

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Claudia Segre
President, GLT Foundation

Last year, we looked at the role of technology in driving the transformation to a more inclusive and sustainable society. And now our journey of projects and actions continues to make the system more adapted to the needs of the new labour market and to prepare the new generations to embrace the Green New Deal launched by the EU as a platform fully integrated in the Agenda 2030. But “no one can be left behind”, and while even corporates have realised that reducing inequality will improve profits, investors are responding by rewarding as a “must have” adherence to ESG criteria for choosing sustainable investments.

But are we sure that the transition to a “low carbon economy” will promote justice and equality and not end up once again affecting the most vulnerable in society? And will a “responsible” Fintech help? There are many questions that we will try to answer with our authoritative speakers in order to tackle the emergency while preserving ecosystems with a conscious and far-sighted commitment, together.

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