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Portrait de Luigi Lovaglio
Age : 67
Country of residence : Unknown
Linked companies : Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena S.p.A.

Biography of Luigi Lovaglio 
Currently, Luigi Lovaglio holds the position of Chief Executive Officer & General Manager of Credito Valtellinese SpA. In the past he occupied the position of President-Management Board & CEO at BANK POLSKA KASA OPIEKI SA and Executive Director & Deputy Chairman at UniCredit Bulbank AD. Luigi Lovaglio received an undergraduate degree from the University of Bologna.


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