Firstly, he was in charge of management control, accounting and finance; later, he moved to the roles of statutory auditor, general manager, chief operating officer and chief executive officer.
He worked for the innovation of companies’ organization as well, participating in introducing in Italy at the end of the 1970s technicalities like integrated B.S. and P&L and zero base budgeting, during the 1980s he worked for the informatisation of companies processes, in the 1990s he dealt with the project financing of large infrastructural projects like the Birmingham and Manchester Undergrounds and the high speed train Rome–Naples. In the 2000s, he worked with private equity funds, such as Cerberus, to restructure and re-launch companies in chapter 11.
Finally, in 2005-2007 he moved to consultancy creating TAG – Turn Around Group—with Dies, partner company of Arthur D. Little. Later, he founded his own company, working specifically in the turn-around of small and medium companies.
He has lived and worked both in Italy and abroad. Specifically, in Italy he worked between Naples, Milan, Rome and Turin; abroad in Pittsburgh (PA – USA), Amsterdam, Paris, London, Barcelona and Sydney. Fluent in English and French, he has also a knowledge of the German language.