Andrea De Gennaro appointed commander of the Guardia di Finanza by the government

For 45 years with the yellow flames, he has two degrees and a master. Green light after the political agreement reached on 11 May

The Council of Ministers has formalized the appointment of Andrea De Gennaro as commander of the Guardia di Finanza, on the basis of the political agreement already reached and announced after the last meeting on 11 May. De Gennaro has been second in command of the corps since November 2022.

Who is Andrea De Gennaro?

Married, father of three children, brother of Gianni, former head of the Police at the time of the G8 in Genoa, Andrea De Gennaro spent 45 years in the Guardia di Finanza. The first position with the rank of lieutenant was the head of the anti-drug section of the regional tax police nucleus of Genoa. Since then, he has moved from the central tax police nucleus of Rome to the head of the provincial command of Bergamo and then of the regional tax police nucleus of Florence. He then moved to the General Command in 2004, first in the operations office and then as head of the V Department. In 2011 De Gennaro moved to the anti-drug services (DCSA), the inter-force body of the Interior Ministry. Returning to Finance in 2014, he moved on as head of various regional and interregional commands, up to leading the special departments. On 15 November he became second in command to General Giuseppe Zafarana.