Giuseppe Baldelli appointed Co-Head Global Corporate & Investment Banking, Country Head Italy, and Chairman of Global Coverage

Mediobanca strengthens its Global Corporate and Investment Banking activities

In line with the 2019-23 Strategic Plan and the Group’s continuous focus on developing Corporate & Investment Banking activities, Mediobanca has appointed Giuseppe Baldelli as Co-Head Global CIB, Country Head Italy and Chairman of Global Coverage. Giuseppe Baldelli will report to Alberto Nagel, CEO of Mediobanca, and will work alongside Francisco Bachiller, CIB Executive Chairman and Co-Head Global CIB.

Giuseppe Baldelli has more than 25 years’ experience in both domestic and international Investment Banking and has led some of the most important M&A, equity and debt deals throughout his extensive career.

Giuseppe began his professional activities in Credit Suisse, working from 1996 - 2009 in both the EMEA M&A and EMEA Media & Telecoms teams. He advanced to Managing Director in 2008.

In 2010 Giuseppe joined Deutsche Bank to head up Italian M&A and in 2012 he was called to lead the Italian Investment Banking activities. Giuseppe served as Head of Investment Banking Coverage & Advisory (IBCA) until 2017, and from 2018, as Head of Origination & Advisory (IBCA and Capital Markets). From 2017 to 2018 he served also as Vice Chairman of EMEA M&A, with responsibility for leading strategic coverage and M&A activities for Southern Europe. In 2021 he was appointed Chairman of IBCA for EMEA (Europe, the Middle East and Africa), with responsibility for developing Investment Banking activities in the EMEA region, whilst retaining leadership for Origination & Advisory activities for Italy.

Alberto Nagel, CEO Mediobanca, commented: “Giuseppe Baldelli has the ideal profile to support Mediobanca in further developing our already consolidated domestic Corporate & Investment Banking activities and, on the back of the acquisition of Messier Associés in France, in accelerating the expansion of our increasingly important international footprint”.

Milan, 4 May 2022