Who was Cesare Romiti, historic manager of Fiat and RCS

Who was Cesare Romiti, historic manager of Fiat and RCS

He disappeared at nearly 100, after a long illness. Romiti's name is linked to crucial events in the history of entrepreneurship in Italy, such as the March of forty thousand or Fiat's business with Gaddafi

(photo: Silvia Lore / NurPhoto / Getty Images) In almost a century of life , was one of the most important managers in the Italian history of the twentieth century: Cesare Romiti, former CEO of Fiat and president of RCS, died at the age of 97 after a long illness. Its name is closely linked to the main business successes of the Turin automobile company, but also to the tough clashes with trade unions and workers in the 1980s. He was also involved in the events of Clean Hands for which, in 2000, he was convicted by the Court of Cassation for illegal party financing, tax fraud and false accounting, with a revocation established 3 years later by the Turin Court of Appeal. Among the positions taken by Romiti in his long career, there were the presidency of Impregilo, one of the main Italian groups in the construction sector (2005-2006) and that of the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome (from 2006 to 2013) . In 2003 he created the Italy-China Foundation and was one of the honorary presidents and member of the executive committee of the Aspen Institute, a non-profit foundation that hosts the elite of the world economy and politics.

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