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Sandro Pettinato

Deputy Secretary General of  the Union of Italian Chambers of Commerce (Unioncamere); Chief of Financial services and support for enterprises

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Graduated in Economics and Business in 1987 at the University of Rome “La Sapienza”, with the mark 110/110;

Master’s degree in "Corporate Finance" at Bocconi School of Management  at Bocconi University.

(from 2019 – onwards)

Deputy Secretary General of  the Union of Italian Chambers of Commerce (Unioncamere); Chief of Financial services and support for enterprises

(from 2016  to 2018)

Deputy Secretary General of the Union of Italian Chambers of Commerce (Unioncamere);   General Manager of Si.Camera (the in-house company of Unioncamere)

(from  2012  to 2016)

Deputy Secretary General of the Union of Italian Chambers of Commerce (Unioncamere); Chief of  Internationalization Department

(from  2012  to 2016)

Deputy Secretary General of the Union of Italian Chambers of Commerce (Unioncamere); Chief of  Internationalization Department

(from  2009  to 2012)

General Manager of Small Business, Infrastructures and Structural Funds, Credit and Finance, and Education Department  in Unioncamere

 

Coordinator of Unioncamere Bruxelles curating relations with Eurochambres

(from 1988 – onwards)

Chartered accountant and auditor

Author of articles and publications on topics of corporate finance, small and medium enterprises and infrastructures

Collaboration with various Directorates General of the European Commission, with journal “Sole 24 ore”, with Interior Ministry of School of Administration (SSAI) and with the Ministry of Economy and Finance,  Unitelma Sapienza, SIOI – Italian company for International  Organization, Unint – International University in Rome.

PUBLICATIONS

Author of articles and publications on topics of corporate finance, small and medium enterprises and infrastructures.

 

Collaboration with various Directorates General of the European Commission, with “Sole 24 ore”, with the Interior Ministry School of Administration (SSAI) and with the Ministry of Economy and Finance, Unitelma Sapienza, SIOI – Italian Company for international  organization, Unint – International University in Rome.