- Luca Domina and Paolo Garzarelli appointed Co-Heads of Equity Capital Markets Italy
- Carolina Marazzini appointed Head of Debt Origination Italy
- Filippo Jacazio and Diego Napolitano appointed Co-Heads of Financial Sponsor Solutions Italy
- Volker Kruse appointed Head of Financial Sponsor Solutions Germany
- Alexander Arauner appointed Head of Corporate Finance Advisory Germany
- Christian Federspieler appointed Head of Financing & Advisory Austria
- Matteo Pietropoli appointed Head of Central & Eastern Europe Financing
UniCredit today announces new responsibilities for senior managers within the Corporate & Investment Banking Division’s Global Financing & Advisory business, effective immediately, which are in line with the further strengthening and fine tuning of the Corporate & Investment Banking Division announced in London on the 13th December 2016.
In Global Syndicate & Capital Markets, Luca Domina and Paolo Garzarelli have been named Co-Heads of Equity Capital Markets (ECM) Italy, based in Milan. In this role they will be responsible for all ECM origination and execution activities in Italy and report to Stefania Godoli, Global Head of Equity Capital Markets.
Carolina Marazzini has been appointed Head of Debt Origination Italy, based in Milan,reporting to Clemens Popp, Head of Debt Origination.
In Financial Sponsor Solutions, Filippo Jacazio and Diego Napolitano have been appointed as Co-Heads of Financial Sponsor Solutions Italy, based in Milan, and VolkerKruse Head of Financial Sponsor Solutions Germany, based in Munich, reporting to Alexander Tumminelli, Head of Financial Sponsor Solutions. The Financial Sponsor Solutions teams deliver corporate and investment banking services to private equity sponsors and their portfolio companies.
In Corporate Finance Advisory, which includes M&A advisory, Alexander Arauner has been named Head of Corporate Finance Advisory Germany, based in Munich, reporting to Pietro Rey and Klaus Vukovich, Co-Heads of Corporate Finance Advisory.
In Austria, Christian Federspieler has been named Head of Financing & Advisory Austria, based in Vienna, reporting to Dieter Hengl, Head of CIB Austria, and Richard Burton and Andreas Mayer, Co-Heads of Global Financing & Advisory.
In Central & Eastern Europe (CEE), Matteo Pietropoli has been named Head of CEE Financing, based in Vienna, reporting to Andrea Diamanti, Head of CEE Corporate & Investment Banking.
Luca Domina joined UniCredit in 1995. He holds a UniCredit Master in Corporate & Investment Banking from SDA Bocconi and a degree in Business Administration specialized in Corporate Finance from Bocconi University.
Paolo Garzarelli joined UniCredit in 2002 and previously worked at Salomon Smith Barney (now Citigroup). He holds a Bachelor degree in Economics from Bocconi University and a Master in Finance from London Business School.
Carolina Marazzini joined UniCredit in 2001. She holds a degree in Economics from Bocconi University.
Filippo Jacazio has worked at UniCredit since 2014 and has previously worked at several international banks including Nomura, Lehman Brothers, CIBC World Markets, and Dresdner Kleinwort. He is an engineering graduate of the Polytechnic University of Turin.
Diego Napolitano has worked at UniCredit since 2007 and previously worked at KPMG and Capitalia Group. He holds a Bachelor in Economics and Business Administration from University of Lecce.
Volker Kruse has worked at UniCredit since 2004. Previously he worked for HBoS and PriceWaterhouseCoopers. He holds a degree in Economics from Westfälische-Wilhelms-University of Muenster.
Alexander Arauner joined UniCredit in 2007 and previously worked at goetzpartners, DZ Bank and City University Business School. He holds a degree in Business Administration from University of Erlangen/Nuernberg and a PhD in Finance of Cass Business School.
Christian Federspieler joined UniCredit in 1998. He holds a PhD in Business Administration from the University of Augsburg.
Matteo Pietropoli joined UniCredit in 1997 and holds a degree in Business Administration from Bocconi University.