Nicola Bedin, who is the new president of Snam. Here is the curriculum

Nicola Bedin, who is the new president of Snam. Here is the curriculum

Nicola Bedin will take the place of Luca Dal Fabbro in the chairmanship of Snam on the proposal of Cdp Reti. All the details of Bedin's resume

Nicola Bedin will take over from Luca Dal Fabbro in the chairmanship of Snam on the proposal of Cdp Reti, the Cassa Depositi e Prestiti group shareholder of Snam with 31.038% of the share capital.

Today, in fact, Cassa Depositi e Prestiti announced that Nicola Bedin has been appointed candidate for the office of director and chairman of the board of directors of Snam.

The proposal will be presented to the company's shareholders' meeting, convened for June 18, 2020.

The appointment follows the recent resignation of the chairman, Luca Dal Fabbro, says the n0ta of CDP .



Nicola Bedin

Born in Montebelluna (TV) on 8 January 1977. In Milan since 1996.

Since October 2005 he has been CEO of the San Donato Hospital Group, which with revenues of over € 1.5 billion, approximately 15,303 employees and 5,169 beds, is the main Italian operator in the hospital sector.

He has also been CEO of IRCCS San Raffaele Hospital since May 2012, the date of entry into the Group's perimeter. Since May 2015 he has also been CEO of the Vita-Salute San Raffaele University.

Since August 2016 he has been an independent member of the Italgas Board of Directors, listed on the Italian Stock Exchange.

Graduated in Business Economics at the Luigi Bocconi Commercial University with honors and honors, he graduated from the Don Bosco classical high school in Pordenone. He completed his fourth year of high school in the United States (Charter Oak High School, California), where he also returned during university education, at the University of Texas in Austin and the University of California in Berkeley.

He started his career as a financial analyst in Mediobanca in 2001.

In September 2004 he became assistant to Professor Giuseppe Rotelli, president and founder of the San Donato Hospital Group, of which he has been appointed CEO since October 2005. He is a contract professor at the Vita-Salute San Raffaele University and at the University of Pavia for the teaching of health economics and applied economics. He has been a member of the National Council of AIOP (Italian Association of Private Hospitality) since 2012 and of the Executive Committee of AIOP Lombardia since 2005.

He has been a member of the Council of the Health Group of Assolombarda since March 2010, as well as of the Advisory Board Life Science of Assolombarda since May 2015.

He has been a member of Confindustria's Internationalization Technical Group since April 2017.



San Raffaele loses its healer. Nicola Bedin, CEO of the San Donato Group – the first hospital in Italy and among the largest in Europe, which also includes San Raffele and 18 other healthcare facilities – yesterday announced his resignation from the position and from the leadership of the 'Ircc San Raffaele Hospital. "I am deeply grateful to the Rotelli family and the Group for the trust they have placed in me over the past 13 years and for the great challenges I have been able to measure myself against," said the manager in a note released by the group, today led by a 27-year-old president, Paolo Rotelli , son of Giuseppe Rotelli, who passed away in 2013, who had chosen Bedin to restructure the accounts of the hospital group found in 2012 on the verge of bankruptcy.

Bedin, a graduate of Bocconi in business administration, began his career in Mediobanca, where he was from 2001 until 2004 when, at the age of 28, Rotelli called him to the San Donato group as an assistant, and then appointed him managing director the following year.

The 2016 San Raffaele financial statements closed in profit, despite the fact that 7 million regional loans were no longer available, compared to revenues of 600 million and 36 million of investments. Jobs also increased, reaching 4,230 in 2016, 13% more than in 2012.

The manager is quite well known and has recently cultivated transversal interests and curiosities. In September last year, he invited Matteo Renzi to visit San Raffaele, showing the former premier operating rooms, hospital rooms and hospital facilities. Then, in April, the manager had appeared at "Sum # 1", the meeting organized by the 5 Star Movement to remember Gianroberto Casaleggio, to talk about research and technology. Natural curiosity, says those who know him well. The official note issued by San Donato limits itself to motivating Bedin's step backwards with the intention of "embarking on new entrepreneurial initiatives".

This is a machine translation from Italian language of a post published on Start Magazine at the URL on Fri, 29 May 2020 04:58:27 +0000.