People: Gtech SpA (GTCH.MI)
Mr. Lorenzo Pellicioli has served as Chairman of Lottomatica Group SpA since April 28, 2009. He served as Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, General Manager and Executive Director of the Company from April 12, 2006 to April 28, 2009. He joined the Company's Board of Directors on December 4, 2005. He is also Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Company. He started his career as Journalist for Giornale Di Bergamo and than became Vice President in Bergamo TV Programmes. From 1978 to 1984, he held different positions in the sector of Italian private television for Manzoni Pubblicita, Publikompass. He was nominated as General Manager in Rete4. In 1984, he joined Gruppo Mondadori. He is initally appointed General Manager for Advertising Sales and Mondadori Periodici, Vice General Manager and afterwards President and Chief Executive Officer of Manzoni & C. SpA. From 1990 to 1997, he was appointed first President and Chief Executive Officer of Costa Cruise Lines and he became Worldwide General Manager of Costa Crociere SpA. From 1995 to 1997, he was also appointed President and Chief Executive Officer of Compagnie Francaise de Croisieres. As from 1997, he tooks part to the privatization of SEAT Pagine Gialle. After the acquisition he was appointed Chief Executive Officer of SEAT. From February 2000 to September 2001, he was also in charge of the Internet Business Unit of Telecom Italia Group. Since November 2005 he has been Chief Executive Officer of De Agostini Group. He is also Chairman of the Board of DeA Capital, Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Generale de Sante and Member of the Executive Committee and Director of the Board of Assicurazioni Generali SpA. Additionally, he is Member of the Advisory Boards of Investitori Associati IV, Wisequity II, Macchine Italia and Palamon Capital Partners. From 2006, he is Member of the Global Clinton Iniziative. He was formerly Director of Enel, INA-Assitalia and Toro Assicurazioni and of the Advisory Board of Lehman Brothers Merchant Banking.
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