VITO GAMBERALE’S BIOGRAPHY
The Nineties were the years of the mobile telephone systems spread and Vito Gamberale was one of the most important architects. Between 1991 and 1998, He was first Chief Executive Officer of Sip, then Managing Director of Telecom Italia and finally, in 1995, He established and became CEO of TIM - Telecom Italia Mobile. At the end of the Nineties, He assumed the Vice President role of 21 Investimenti, a fund belonging to the Benetton Family. After this experience, He changed area accepting the appointment in Autostrade per l’Italia. Under his management, after 6 years the company was transformed into a multinational and the EBITDA rose from €1 to €2 billion. In 2007, after a short period as vice commissioner of the FIGC - Federazione Italiana Giuoco Calcio - during Guido Rossi era, He planned and established F2i – Fondi italiani per le infrastrutture, a fund destined to investments in infrastructure fields such as airports, gas distribution, optical fiber networks, integrated water services, waste to energy, motor ways and renewable sources. The same year of the establishment of F2i, Vito Gamberale was awarded an honorary degree in Telecommunication Engineering from Tor Vergata University of Rome.
Country Advisor for Italy of At Kennedy, He is also President of the “Amici della Speranza” Association, an organization established in 2003 which supports the Haematology Ward of the San Giovanni Hospital of Rome.
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