This is confirmed by an internal statement seen by Adnkronos. Having joined the institute in 2009, in 2012 he was voted by institutional investors as the best European banking analyst. In 2019 he arrived in Rome to take on the responsibility of Cib head of merger operations in the world of public companies
The manager of Mediobanca Antonio Guglielmi leaves Piazzetta Cuccia after fifteen years. This is confirmed by an internal statement from the bank seen by Adnkronos. During his time at Mediobanca, Guglielmi was head of research from London, helping to bring the institution to the top of Italy’s rankings. Guglielmi was also head of the European banks team. More recently he had worked as a banker at the Rome office with CIB (Corporate Investment Banking) responsibility for public companies. Among the most significant operations, his direction for the acquisition of Borsa Italiana by Euronext.
Guglielmi, 52 years old, arrived at Mediobanca in 2009 after twelve years of activity in London for Salomon Brothers and Merryl Linnch where he distinguished himself for his analyzes and economic scenarios on the complex banking sector of those years. From Piazzetta Cuccia he was immediately tasked with implementing the cash business in the City, offering investment ideas to the financial community thanks to macroeconomic studies on Italy and Europe. His achievements are such that in 2012 he was voted by institutional investors as the best European banking analyst.
In 2019 Guglielmi moved to Rome to take over the responsibility as head of Cib on merger operations in the world of public companies. In the press release released today, Mediobanca thanks him for his contribution to the growth in value of the bank.