Control, Risk and Sustainability Committee - Neodecortech

Control, Risk and Sustainability Committee

The Control, Risk and Sustainability Committee is tasked with assisting, through appropriate preparatory work, the assessments and decisions of the Board of Directors regarding the internal control and risk management system, as well as those regarding the approval of periodical financial reports.
It submits proposals and provides advice to the Board of Directors on sustainability issues, meaning the processes, initiatives and activities aimed at overseeing the Issuer's commitment to sustainable development along the value chain.

Adriano Bianchi  

Chairman - Non-executive and independent director

Adriano Bianchi

Chairman - Non-executive and independent director

Adriano Bianchi graduated cum laude in business administration at the Luigi Bocconi University of Milan in 1981, and earned a master degree in international finance cum laude from the New York University Stern School of Business in New York in 1987, where he was also research assistant to Prof. Edward I. Altman in the field of High Yield Bonds.
From 2007 to 2021, he was Managing Partner and head of the Italian practice of Alvarez & Marsal and, from May 2021, member of the European management committee of Alvarez & Marsal Restructuring (A&M) in London; he boasts over 35 years of managerial experience as Chief Executive Officer, General Manager, Chief Financial Officer, Chief Restructuring Officer, Finance Director and board member in listed and unlisted companies, industrial multinationals, financial institutions and service companies.
Before joining A&M, and until 2007, Adriano Bianchi was Chief Executive Officer of Impregilo International NV (The Netherlands), the holding company of Impregilo S.p.A.'s concessions business (now part of the WeBuild Group).
From 2001 to 2005, he was Chief Executive Officer of Mirant Italia as well as member of the Executive Committee and of the Board of Directors of Mirant Europe (Netherlands), the European holding company of the eponymous US group, listed in New York, active in the energy production and trading field.
From 1981 to 1995 and from 1998 to 2001, he was General Manager and Chief Financial Officer of Techint Finanziaria in Milan, the holding company of the Techint Group, a plant engineering and industrial group at the head of Tenaris and Ternium, both listed on the New York Stock Exchange. He was also Finance Director of Techint International Construction Corp. in Buenos Aires, a company operating in large infrastructure works at international level.
From 1995 to 1997, he worked in London as Executive Director of WestMerchant Bank (later acquired and merged into WestLB Group), where he headed the Project and Export Finance department for Latin America.

Luca Peli  

Member of the Committee - Non-executive and independent director

Luca Peli

Member of the Committee - Non-executive and independent director

Luca Peli graduated in Electrical Engineering at the University of Bologna in 1976. After a three-year experience as product engineer, he started his entrepreneurial career in 1979 by establishing HS Elettronica Progetti S.p.A., specialized in process automation. In 1989, he sold the majority of HS Elettronica Progetti S.p.A. to FORNARA S.p.A, a private holding company listed on the Milan Stock Exchange, in order to set up an automation hub with other companies from the Fornara Group, retaining his position as Chief Executive Officer. In the same year, he established Paritel S.p.A., based in Bologna, specialized in turnarounds associated with M&A operations; in more than 25 years of activity, he carried out numerous acquisition/restructuring/sale or consolidation transactions for established brands in the industry. In 2015, following the severe crisis affecting the machine tool industry where Paritel S.p.A. held its largest stakes, the company was admitted to the Extraordinary Administration procedure and Luca Peli participated in the successful closure of the liquidation plan. Subsequently, Luca Peli turned to consulting services for entrepreneurs and private investors, dedicating himself to change management activities, aimed both at reorganization and recovery processes, as well as the prep stage in M&A transactions, also in the role of Senior Advisor of EY and assistant to the bankruptcy section of the Milan Court.

Ida Altimare  

Member of the Committee - Non-executive and independent director

Ida Altimare

Member of the Committee - Non-executive and independent director

After working extensively with Bayer S.p.A. from 1974 to 2001 in roles of increasing responsibility, such as Product Manager and Head of Controlling, Ida Altimare became in 2002 Chief Executive Officer of Polymer Latex S.r.l. and director of the German parent company. Following the sale of the company to the Synthomer Group in 2011, Ida Altimare kept her position of Chief Executive Officer of the Italian subsidiary Synthomer S.r.l. and took on the role of Vice President of Global Human Resources as well as member of the Executive Board of the parent company Synthomer plc. in London.
In 2015, in addition to the positions already held, Ida Altimare was appointed Chief Executive Officer of the German Head Office Synthomer Deutschland GmbH, as well as Human Resources Director EMEA. Following several acquisitions from 2016, she was also appointed Chief Executive Officer of Synthomer Speciality Resins Srl (in the province of Cuneo) and Synthomer Leuna, GmbH, in Germany.
Following her retirement in 2017, Ida Altimare continued to serve as a consultant and was appointed Lead Independent Director of Caleffi S.p.A. in 2020.

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