Fincantieri has appointed Lorenza Pigozzi as the Group’s Communication Director. Lorenza Pigozzi will report to the CEO, Pierroberto Folgiero, and she will be responsible for coordinating “Brand Communication & Group Identity”, “Media Relations” and activities to support the goals of the Sustainability Plan.
Lorenza Pigozzi has long-standing experience in communication and institutional relations in the financial sector. After working for Lazard and Banca IMI, in 2001 she joined Mediobanca where she held different positions before becoming the Group’s Communication and Institutional Relations Director. While she was with Mediobanca, she was Director of CheBanca!, MIS and R&S. Lorenza Pigozzi is a member of the Board of Directors of UPA and Auditel. She is Adjunct Professor of the “Executive Corporate Communications” Master’s Degree Course at the Luiss Business School.
Pierroberto Folgiero, Fincantieri CEO, stated: “Adding Lorenza to the Fincantieri management team will help to support the Group’s business goals through the integrated management of multichannel communication strategies. Her experience will be fundamental to launching an innovative pathway to manage the challenges regarding the positioning of the Group, the perception of the brand and ESG topics”.
Fincantieri is one of the world’s leading shipbuilding groups, the only one active in all areas of high-technology shipbuilding. It is a leader in the construction and conversion of cruise vessels, as well as in the naval and offshore vessels.
It operates in the wind, oil & gas, fishing vessel and specialized vessel segments, as well as in the production of mechatronic and electronic marine systems, naval accommodation solutions and the provision of after-sales services such as logistical support and assistance to fleets in service.
With over 230 years of history and more than 7,000 ships built, Fincantieri maintains its know-how, expertise and management centers in Italy, here employing 10,000 workers and creating around 90,000 jobs, which double worldwide thanks to a production network of 18 shipyards operating in four continents and with over 21,000 employees.