- Independent Director
- Non-executive Director
- Born in Rieti on 9 February 1976
Alessia Falsarone has been a member of the Board of Directors of Assicurazioni Generali since February 28, 2022.
She graduated in Economics from Bocconi University in Milan, with a thesis on Institutions and Financial Markets, she received a Master of Science in financial mathematics from Stanford University and an MBA from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Sloan School of Business.
She began her professional career in the United States as an Investment Banker at Credit Suisse First Boston. Then she was Vice President of Global Investments in New York at Citigroup. Later, in 2007, she joined the investment team of American International Group (AIG), a leading US insurer, holding positions of increasing responsibility at AIG Investments (now PineBridge Investments) including most recently as Managing Director, Head of Sustainable Investing, Portfolio Strategy and Risk in global credit markets.
Alessia Falsarone currently leads the Circular Economy and Sustainable Business Management program at the University of Chicago.
Relevant positions according to our directors overboarding policy
She does not hold relevant positions according to our Directors Overboarding Policy.
- Member of the Operating Board and of the Risk and Audit Committee of OpenCorporates Ltd (UK)
- Member of the London Stock Exchange’s Sustainable Bond Market Advisory Group
- Member of the Technical Reference Group of the International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB)
- Member of the Technical Advisory Group – ESG Ecosystem, American National Standards Institute (ANSI)
- Member of the Fintech Advisory Board, Center for Financial Professionals (UK)
- Chair of the Governance and Appointments Committee and chair of the Finance and Audit Committee of the International Education and Resource Network (iEarn-USA), digital school of the future - World Economic Forum
For additional info see also the Linkedin profile.
For information on Alessia Falsarone shareholdings, see the shareholdings section.