Generali Investments strengthens its Sales team with new appointments

  • Mario Petrachi is the new Head of Sales France & Luxembourg
  • Gabriele Alberici is the new Head of Sales Italy, and Ilaria Perletto joins the Italian Sales team
  • Mario Petrachi is the new Head of Sales France & Luxembourg
  • Gabriele Alberici is the new Head of Sales Italy, and Ilaria Perletto joins the Italian Sales team
Milan – Generali Investments Partners S.p.A. Società di gestione del risparmio (GIP) announces the appointment of Mario Petrachi as the new Head of Sales France & Luxembourg and of Gabriele Alberici as the new Head of Sales Italy.Mario Petrachi brings to Generali 20 years of experience in the asset management industry. He joins from BNP Generali Investments strengthens its Sales team with new appointmentsParibas Asset Management, where he was Head of Fund Distribution for France and Monaco, and previously Head of Relations with French financial institutions, banking groups and insurance companies. Prior to this, he covered senior positions at Robeco and Natixis in the area of business relations with major French investors.He holds a degree cum laude in Politics and Economics from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques in Paris and a Master in Banking and Finance from the University Paris IX – Dauphine.Gabriele Alberici has been with Generali Investments since 2016 as Senior Sales Manager; in this role, he was Generali Investments strengthens its Sales team with new appointmentsinstrumental in developing Generali Investments’ wholesale business, and broadening the commercial offer of white label products and tailor-made solutions.Before Generali, Alberici was at UBS Wealth Management, where he spent thirteen years first as a Senior Portfolio Manager and then as Head of the Product Specialists team, in charge of managing Italian Ultra High Net Worth client portfolios. Alberici holds a degree in Business Administration from Bocconi University in Milan.
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