Gualtiero Brugger new chairman of the board of Moby

Gualtiero Brugger is the new chairman of the board of Moby, after the resignation of Vincenzo Onorato from the office he had held for 40 years. A move intended to facilitate the approval of the arrangement with creditors scheduled for the end of December, in a difficult context for the Neapolitan shipowner group. Together with Brugger in the Moby board of directors they sit now Lanfranco Senn, Roberta Casali, Achille Onorato and Beniamino Carnevale.

“The board thus constituted – reads an official note – will continue in the project already started, to relaunch the company, also in light of the excellent results of the summer season and of the “contingency plan” implemented by the management “.

Brugger is emeritus professor of corporate finance at the management and technology department of Bocconi University in Milan. He was also a consultant to the Cnel for the examination of the reform problems of the institution of extraordinary administration (1987); member of the commission set up by the Minister of State Holdings for the study of an Efim reorganization plan (1990); delegated to the functions of president ofMunicipal transport company (Atm) by the extraordinary commissioner of the municipality of Milan (1993).

Among his corporate roles, we note that of extraordinary commissioner of the Redaelli group (at the time the second largest private Italian steel group), appointed by the Minister of Industry. In this capacity he carried out a reorganization program which involved the establishment of new performing companies, their relaunch and subsequent sale to new entrepreneurs (1981-2002).

He then held the roles of director and vice president of Rizzoli Editore at the time of the crisis (1983), later becoming a director of the reformed RCS Editori (1984-1988), di president of Scotti Finanziaria and Singest, for the purpose of restructuring the Eurogest group (1985-1986), di chairman of the Ilva liquidation committee and later also of Irritecna, on behalf of Iri, with the task of preparing for privatization and privatizing important companies in the steel, plant engineering and services sectors (1993-1998), as well as president (since 2014) of the Salvatore Maugeri foundation and then also of the newly formed (following a restructuring process) Isc Maugeri SpA (main Italian hospital operator in the rehabilitation field).