IFABER has announced that its Board of Directors has approved the appointment of Maria Cornello as the company's new Chief Financial Officer.
With a wealth of experience in finance, accounting and administration and of working within the UniCredit group, Maria Cornello's arrival at IFABER brings significant benefits for the company's senior management team.
Maria Cornello began her career within UniCredit group in 1983, working in Accounting and Administration. Over the years, she has occupied several prominent roles in the Finance division of the group both within Italy and abroad, working as Head of Accounting, Budgets and Tax.
The appointment of Maria Cornello bears testimony to the skills and experience she has demonstrated and is the latest in a long line of successes over the years, with her appointment in 2012 as Head of Accounting & Administration a particular highlight. This role enabled her to broaden her skills through extensive collaboration with a number of internal units of the UBIS Finance division, most notably the Planning & Control department. She has also been involved in a range of significant projects focused on the outsourcing of various units of the business and on the establishment of major joint ventures with UniCredit group partners.
In her new role, in which she will report directly to Ludovica Lardera, CEO of IFABER, Maria Cornello will head up the Planning, Finance & Administration and Legal divisions, as well as supporting the CEO in laying down business development guidelines and strategies.
"I am honored to be taking on this new challenge, which will allow me to optimize the strategies related to the management of financial resources, providing a concrete basis for growth for the company," commented Maria Cornello.
Maria Cornello, new CFO of IFABER
"This new role will also provide me with the opportunity to support the CEO in achieving the company's business objectives, and will enable me to make a concrete contribution to establishing business development guidelines and strategies."