(ANSA) – MILAN, 04 FEB – Alessandro Puliti is the new general manager of Saipem. This was decided by the board of directors which met in the morning. The manager, who will have “extensive operational and managerial powers”, takes over from Francesco Caio, who retains the delegation of CEO.
The appointment is part of a reorganization plan of the organizational structure, functional to “improve the executive capacity of the projects and complete the ongoing strategic review aimed at strengthening the equity and financial structure of the group”, reads a note.
A “strategic review”, the one implemented by Saipem, which will be presented together with the economic results of 2021 on February 24, which in addition to a “new general management with extensive operational and managerial powers”, provides for the establishment of a unit aimed at “strengthening the planning and financial control of contracts and other management activities” and the concentration of legal and contractual activities in a “corporate function within the new general management”.
Puliti, Eni’s current general manager of Natural Resources, will take up the new role at Saipem on 7 February.
The Saipem command team is also joined by Paolo Calcagnini, current deputy general manager and ‘chief business officer’ of CDP, who will be entrusted with the new planning and financial control unit. (HANDLE).
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