CEO, DDOR Novi Sad
Giorgio Marchegiani was born on 27 May 1965 in Milan. He earned M.Sc. degree in economics from the Bocconi University in Milan. In 1988 he studied at the Wirtschaftsuniversitaet in Vienna.
He started his professional carrier in 1989 with Swiss Re Germany, Munich, where he was responsible for their Italian business.
In 1992, he joined the Boston based strategy consultancy Bain & Company where he worked out of the Milan and Munich offices in multiple industries, becoming a Partner of the firm and focusing on insurance, but involving also automotive, media and private equity clients. His consulting activity covered strategic and operational topics involving growth strategy, post-merger integration and restructuring of companies mainly in Europe.
From 2007-2010 he worked with the consultancy Oliver Wyman (part of Marsh & McLennan Group) as Director, member of European Insurance Group and Head of Italian Insurance, responsible for activities with insurance industry. He served large insurance groups across Italy and Europe in strategic decisions and operational improvement.
In the period 2011-2012 he joined FondiariaSai (now UnipolSai) as Head of Distribution, Retail and Motor Business Unit, in charge of 3,500 agencies and 11,000 sales professionals and responsible for pricing, product development and underwriting of motor, retail and small business. In this capacity he managed the largest portfolio of motor insurance in Italy with 8 mio policies.
From 2012-2014 he was a manager of the insurance company UnipolSai, resulting from the merger of Unipol and Fondiaria Sai, leader in the Italian nonlife market, with the role of CEO of Liguria Assicurazioni (P&C) and Liguria Vita (Life), where he started and completed the turnaround of the two companies, bringing them back to profitability.
In December 2014, he has been appointed CEO, and in June 2016 Chairman of the Executive Board of the insurance company DDOR Novi Sad, part of Unipol Group.
Since May 2016 he is the Chairman of the Italian – Serbian Chamber of Commerce, and since December 2018 – member of the Board of Confindustria Serbia.
Speaks Italian, as mother tongue, fluent in spoken and written German and English, basic skills in French and Spanish.