Fulvio Conti has successfully led multiple company transformations as CEO, CFO and Chairman across a variety of industries. He was the Chair of Telecom Italia SpA, CEO of Enel, and CFO of Montecatini, in Milan.
As CEO of Enel, Fulvio transformed the company from a local utility to an international leader in power and gas through a number of mergers and acquisitions. Under Fulvio’s leadership, Enel developed breakthrough technology related to the generation and distribution of power, including the incorporation and listing of Enel Green Power. Fulvio originally joined Enel in August 1999 as CFO.
Prior to Enel Fulvio gained extensive experience working for Mobil Oil with various responsibilities in different countries for 22 years, and for Montecatini, in Milan, as Chief Financial Officer where he played a leading role in disposing assets such as Farmitalia-Carlo Erba and Himont. He also led the restructuring of Ferrovie dello Stato, held top management role in subsidiaries of the Group such as Metropolis (Real Estate) and Grandi Stazioni and in 1997 was appointed Vice-President of Eurofima.
Fulvio currently serves as Chairman of FIEE SGR SpA (Fondo Italiano Efficienza Energetica), SGI SpA (Società Gasdotti Italia) and Innova Italy Partners Srl. He is a Board member of Fine Foods & Pharmaceutical NTM SpA, Aon plc, the Russian broadcast company JSPC, Unidad Editorial SA, PSC SpA (engineering), Take Off SpA (fashion) and Alibert SpA (food). He is also Partner and sole Director of FAS Partners Srl, a financial investment and advisor company in Rome, as well as a Senior Advisor to MIRA (Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets Europe Ltd.).
Hubert Joly recently stepped down from Best Buy Co which he led from 2012 to 2020, as President and CEO, Chairman and CEO and, finally, Executive Chairman. Hubert is a member of the Board of Directors of Johnson & Johnson as well as Ralph Lauren Corporation. He is a senior lecturer at Harvard Business School, a member of the International Advisory Board of HEC Paris and a Trustee of the Minneapolis Institute of Art.
Lynn Elsenhans is the former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Sunoco and Sunoco Logistics Partners. She is currently a Non-Executive Director of Baker Hughes Company, GlaxoSmithKline plc, and Saudi Aramco. Previously, she was an Executive Vice President of Royal Dutch Shell.
Susan Kilsby is the Chair of Fortune Brands Home & Security Inc and is Senior Independent Director and chair of the Remuneration Committee at Diageo. She is Non-Executive Director of BHP Group plc, at Unilever plc and the UKʼs National Health Service (NHS-England). She is also a member of The Takeover Panel in the UK.