In view of Juventus Football Club S.p.A. Shareholders’ Meeting, which will be held on October 23rd , the shareholder EXOR has filed the following list of candidates for the renewal of the Board of Directors:
1. Paolo Garimberti (Independent Director)
2. Andrea Agnelli
3. Giulia Bongiorno (Independent Director)
4. Assia Grazioli-Venier (Independent Director)
5. Caitlin Hughes (Independent Director)
6. Daniela Marilungo (Independent Director)
7. Giuseppe Marotta
8. Aldo Mazzia
9. Pavel Nedved
10. Francesco Roncaglio
11. Enrico Vellano
12. Maurizio Arrivabene
Furthermore, EXOR has filed its list of candidates for the appointment of the new Board of Statutory Auditors:
Section 1: candidates as Standing Auditors
1. Paolo Piccatti
2. Silvia Lirici
3. Roberto Longo
Section 2: candidates as Alternate Auditors
1. Roberto Petrignani
2. Nicoletta Paracchini
Attached here are the biographies of the new candidates.
Caitlin Hughes was born in Bangor, Wales, on 19 February 1980. She has worked in the fields of strategy consulting and media for over ten years.
Caitlin holds a Bachelor Degree in Experimental Psychology with Honours from Oxford University (Wadham College) and a Masters Degree in International Relations and Economics at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS).
Caitlin began her career in 2001 at McCann Erickson and joined the Boston Consulting Group in 2004 where she worked for five years advising clients across a range of sectors including media, financial services, consumer goods and retail.
She joined the BBC in 2009 working in a variety of strategy and business development roles, including Strategy Manager in the Future Media & Technology division and Deputy Head of Strategy in the Radio division. In 2013 she moved to the BBC’s commercial arm, BBC Worldwide, as Director of Global Sales Strategy and Planning, and in 2014 she was appointed Director of Business Development for Global Markets.
Caitlin is a member of the Global Markets Board and the Global Leadership Team at BBC Worldwide, and a mentor to digital media startups in the BBC Worldwide Labs incubator programme.
Daniela Marilungo was born in Bologna on Nov. 4, 1970 and holds a degree in Political Science, in the field of International and Community Relations, graduating with honors at LUISS, Libera University of Social Studies, Guido Carli di Roma in Rome, where she completed her studies with a Master in International and Community Institutions.
Daniela has worked in regulations and institutional relations for 18 years, with experience gained in Italy and abroad.
She started her working career dealing with EU legislation in Brussels in 1997 at the European Commission, then at Lawrence Graham Solicitors Law firm in London and at the European Patent Office in Monaco of Bavaria.
In the course of her career she has held different roles in the financial industry: Director of External Relations at the International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA) in London and European Legal Analyst at Goldman Sachs International, London.
From 2004 to 2009 she was Head of Relations for the Community institutions of the Italian Banking Association (ABI) in Brussels.
Since 2010, she has been Senior Vice President and Head of Public Policy for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) and for Bank of America Merrill Lynch. Based in London and Brussels, Daniela manages the institutional relations and regulations of the bank at European and international level (European Union, IMF and World Bank, World Economic Forum).
In 2007 she was awarded the Best European Lobbyst of the Year by Public Affairs Awards London.
Born in Milan in 1978, he graduated from Luigi Bocconi University (Milan) in 2002. After graduation, he spent two and a half years as a Research Fellow of Corporate Finance at L. Bocconi University, where he was involved in teaching and focused his research in the area of corporate valuation.
After a short period as a Financial Analyst at Centrobanca's ECM division (UBI Group), in 2006 he moved to Turin where he joined Lamse S.p.A., a holding company focusing on private equity investments. In his role as Investment Manager, Francesco has been involved with all the businesses in which Lamse has invested since the inception of the company. He holds directorships on the Board of eachof the main portfolio companies.
Since 2011 Francesco Roncaglio has been Managing Director of Lamse S.p.A., an investment company based in Turin.