Italy’s Banca Euromobiliare has appointed Alessandro Malighetti to work at the firm’s new office in Bergamo.
The Italian bank has launched a private banking office in Bergamo (Lombardy), headquartered in Palazzo Vitalba at Via Broseta.
Malighetti joins Banca Euromobiliare with over 30 years’ financial experience. He started his career in 1984 at Eurogest, moving three years later to Finanza & Futuro, where he worked as head of the firm’s office in Bergamo. In 1997, Malighetti joined Symphonia SGR, later acquired by BIM.
Banca Euromobiliare, with around 30 years old, recorded over €11bn in assets under management as of the end of March of 2018.