Last update: 4 May 2021

Riccardo Iacometti

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Riccardo Iacometti (Chairman and Chief Executive Officer): born in Viareggio (LU) on 16 July 1963. After obtaining a diploma in Accounting, he received an honorary degree in Business and Economics from Leibniz University in 2005. He started his career at Walgreens Boots Alliance Group – Alliance Healthcare Italia: initially (between 1987 and 2007) with operational roles, from logistics to sales, including management of the 30 former municipal pharmacies, serving on their board of directors; subsequently (from 2007 to 2012) as general manager of the entire Italian group. Since 2014 he has been the founder, partner and CEO of Farmaè.

Alberto Maglione

Director and Deputy Chairman

Alberto Maglione (Director): born in Pietrasanta (LU) on 23 January 1979. He began his professional career with more than fifteen years of experience in the field of Communication and Marketing in all its evolutionary paths with particular reference to the new digital communication and new technologies. In 2003 he founded Valnan Communication of which he is General Manager and member of the Board of Directors. Since January 2013 he is part of the Farmaè Group of which he is currently a member of the Board of Directors and Vice President with operational responsibilities in the areas of Business Development, M&A, Group Retail, Communication & Public Affairs, CSR, Project Management and Investor Relations.

Giuseppe Cannarozzi

Director

Giuseppe Cannarozzi (Director): born in Foggia (FG) on 4 June 1952. After graduating in Business and Economics from the University of Pisa, he enrolled in the Lucca Order of Chartered Accountants and Accounting Experts and in the Register of Auditors. He began his career as an employee at two well-known audit firms; in 1983 he joined an accountant’s office and in 1991 he started his own business as an accountant, opening two offices: one in Viareggio and one in the tannery district of Tuscany. He has been and continues to be an acting member of boards of statutory auditors, including of medium-large companies.

Giovanni Bulckaen

Director

Giovanni Bulckaen (Director): born in Lucca on 9 September 1963, he graduated from the University of Pisa – Business and Economics School – in 1990. Since 1987 he has been a member of the Lucca College of Accountants and Commercial Experts. Since 1993, he has been enrolled in the Court of Lucca’s list of expert witnesses and insolvency proceedings. Since 1995 he has been registered as Official Auditor of Accounts with the Ministry of Justice. Since 1989 he has worked as a chartered accountant in private and public sector positions. He is also authorized for representation and defence in the Tax Commission and for the issuance of a compliance visa (Regional Tax Directorate).

Dario Righetti

Independent Director*

Dario Righetti (Independent Director): born in Lecco on 3 July 1957. After graduating in Business Economics from Bocconi University in Milan, he enrolled in the Register of Chartered Accountants in 1993 and in the Register of Auditors in 1995; in 2004 he attended postgraduate courses on globalization and international customer management at IMD in Lausanne and he is currently an instructor on certain training courses covering financial analysis, management control, accounting principles and auditing standards. He joined Andersen in 1981, where he further developed his career, becoming a manager in 1987 and a partner in 1994. Following the merger between Andersen and Deloitte in 2003, he was put in charge of the Consumer & Industrial Products sector at Deloitte Italy (from 2005 to 2018), becoming a member of Deloitte’s EMEA Leadership Team for the same sector from 2014 to 2018. He collaborates with specialist and trade journals to write and publish articles on budget analysis and management control in the Consumer Business and Retail sector. He participates as a speaker at seminars and conferences for senior management on matters relating to Management control.

(*) Director equipped with the independence requirements pursuant to article 148, paragraph 3, of the TUF