Remuneration Committee

The Remuneration Committee comprises 3 (three) Non-Executive Directors, the majority of whom independent, in accordance with the requirements of the Self-Governance Code.  The Chairperson of the Committee is chosen from among the Independent Directors. 

As per the Remuneration Committee’s Regulation, the Committee shall assist the Board of Directors through investigative, proposal and consultation duties, for the assessments and decisions concerning the remuneration policy of Directors and Senior Executives.

The Remuneration Committee, in its current formation, was appointed by SIT Board of Directors’ motion of May 03, 2023 as follows:

Carlo Malacarne is part of the Board of Director of Atlantia (since April 2019) and a member of the Human Resources and Remuneration Committee of the same company. Graduated in Electronic Engineering, he began his career in Snam in the gas transportation technical service as Director of TLC and process systems, he contributed to the reorganization of Eni’s telecommunication systems by managing the transfer of the Snam business unit to the New Telecommunications Company, of which he is appointed Managing Director. Since 1999 he has been the Director of the Italian Network Management and since 2001 he has been appointed General Manager of the Operating Activities of Snam Rete Gas, in view of the listing on the Stock Exchange, President of the Board of Directors of GNL Italia, the General Manager of Snam Rete Gas (2005-2006) and President of the same (2012-2016). In Snam he holds the position of Managing Director (2006 – 2016) and that of Chief Executive Officer (2016-2019). He was a member of the general council of Confindustria and Assolombarda, as well as of numerous technical bodies including the presidential committee of the CIG (Italian Gas Committee) and the steering committee of the Italian Technical Association of Gas (ATIG) and President of Confindustria Energia. He was also Managing Director of Mariconsult and member of the Board of Directors in numerous international companies including Transitgas, Sergaz and Scogat.
Bettina Campedelli graduated with honors in Economics and Commerce in 1985, earning the qualification to practice as a Chartered Accountant since the following year. She has been a member of the Register of Auditors since 1995. From 1988 to 1992 she worked as a researcher in Business Economics at the University of Verona and was an Associate Professor in Business Economics first at the University of Bergamo and then at the University of Milan – Bicocca. She was a professor at the LUISS Guido Carli University of Rome for the teaching of Cost Analysis and Accounting. Since 2000 she is Full Professor at the University of Verona where she teaches the courses of Planning and Control, Corporate Auditing and Control Systems. She held numerous positions within industrial and financial companies and is currently a director of Aeffe spa, FVS Sgr Spa, ICM S.p.a. and member of the board of statutory auditors of Calpeda spa.
Lorenza Morandini is Adjunct Professor at LUISS Business School, where she teaches on Operations and Innovation, she is also Board member of Esprinet and Amplifon, leading companies on Information Technology and Consumer Electronics distribution and hearing care sectors, respectively. She is Head of Advisory Board of Apio, an SME that develops products and services with Blockchain technology, and after 3 years of experience as Managing Director she is now an Honorary Member of Angels4Women, an Association of Business Angels with a focus on innovative (and scalable) female entrepreneurship. Graduated with honors in economics at Bocconi University, she obtained an MBA in Corporate Finance and Marketing at Indiana University (USA), thanks to a Fulbright scholarship, and completed her specialization (MBA) at INSEAD (Fontainebleau – France). After a brief experience at Bestfoods – Unilever as industrial controller, and at McKinsey as Summer Associate, in 1999 she joined The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) at Chicago office. Returned to Europe, she worked at BCG until 2006, as Global Supply Chain Leader, and then joined Indesit, where she remained until 2011, first as Group Business Development Director and after as Marketing Director Service. Finally, from 2012 to 2015, she held the position of General Manager, Customer Service and she joined the Executive Committee of the CANDY HOOVER group. From 2015 to 2018, she worked at Poste Italiane, where she is part of the group of managers who have dealt with the digital transformation and the listing of the group. Certified as Innovation Manager by the Ministry of Economic Development and included among the “Unstoppable women” by StartupItalia magazine, she is part of the Fulbright Commission for the selection of PhD and MBA in the United States, as part of her give-back activities.