As project director of SIA s.p.a., we operated in Romania in tight cooperation with Transfond for the implementation project of the Real Time Gross Settlement system, the Automated Clearing House, the Securities Depository for the National Central Bank, and the full interbank network infrastructure according to the E.U. access program for new Countries to join E.U.
Since 1979, Montran has been the world leader in designing and implementing cost‐effective, comprehensive, fully integrated payment, clearing and settlement systems that are JavaEE based and platform independent. We are cooperating with Montran, supporting their project managers to successfully lead delivery projects around the World.
We successfully implemented the Business Continuity Management System for the National Bank of Georgia, working closely with the Bank’s personnel. A true effective cooperation that led to a practical and optimized business continuity plan according to ISO 22301 recommendations. World Bank FIRST INITIATIVE PROJECT (#10166).
Eugenio has over 30 years’ worldwide consulting experience in the banking, finance and manufacturing industries, with particular expertise in international project management, payment systems, company organization, ICT management, corporate governance, oversight and supervision. He advises a number of firms on project management and company organization.
As a senior manager, Eugenio dealt with ICT Operations, Organization, Quality and Security, Information System and Internal Audit.
As project manager, Eugenio led various projects initially in the manufacturing industry in factory automation and high speed data acquisition systems, in aerospace and automotive.
Then, he moved to banking and finance, directing the implementation of interbank payment systems for various National Central Banks in Europe and in extra-European countries.
He is currently advisor of some multinational firms’ Top Management in the IT and finance industries.
He studied Physics at Bologna University.
Eugenio is currently a contracting professor at Bocconi SDA Business School.
Formerly, he was contracting professor at Bocconi University and Milan Politecnico.
After her Applied Mathematics studies, Marina began her carrier by relevant Information Technology firms in Italy and in Europe, mainly focused on innovating and evolving sectors, as electronics & telecommunication, avionics, aerospace, defense, industrial plants, oil & gas.
While operating in the logistic sector, she acted in re-engineering production, distribution and maintenance processes in various manufacturing firms. Marina was involved in denationalization, deregulation and reorganization in Energy & Utility and Telecommunication sectors both with Italian and European companies.
She advised also major Italian and European industry corporations on corporate planning, IT organization review, management, development, and strengthening of core business processes.
For some years, Marina operated as Technical Director in a large IT multinational company for industry and services sectors.
Then she led the startup and subsequent daily operations organization of a full outsourcing service contract for Information System management of an International Group consisting of 20 companies.
Marina is currently advisor of some multinational firms’ Top Management for designing and optimizing their primary business and support processes.
“Un modello per la comprensione dell’andamento dei progetti”
(Economia & Management, issue 2, 2010)
“Project Based Enterprise – Pensare e agire per progetti”
(A. Biffi et alii, EGEA 2010)