Beyond the economic paradoxes
Milan, 25th of January, 2018
Roma, 1st of February, 2018
Come at its eighth edition, UBS Forum will stage in Milan on the 25th of January and in Rome on the 1st of February.
Keywords of this new edition will be: technology and innovation, economic inequalities, productivity and investments.
We are witnessing a technological revolution that is changing our lifestyle and our economic models. Yet, this potential is not being translated neither into greater productivity nor in the improvement of economic conditions of most of the population.
What is going on? Why is this progress dispersed? And what are the consequences for the financial markets?
Journalist - Moderator
After working as the face and editor of the leading programs of 24Ore TV, Debora came to Radio 24 to lead 'Salvadanaio' (a program dedicated to the management of family finances), 'Soldi e dintorni', and stock market updates.
As the 'Peak Voice' of Radio 24, she currently leads the daily entertainment show, 'Cuore e Denari'. The show is broadcast daily from 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., covering such issues as personnel management, family money, and lifestyle.
She collaborates with 'Il Sole 24 Ore' on financial education issues, savings and investment decisions of households, market trends, and financial advice.
Debora is also a moderator of conferences and round tables, and author of the book 'Donne di denari'.
Alberto Sangiovanni Vincentelli
Buttner Chair at the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences - University of California, Berkeley
Charismatic figure in Silicon Valley, Professor Vincentelli is a successful entrepreneur, researcher and among the world's top innovators.
Co-founder of Cadence and Synopsys, company leader in automation, he sits in the CDA of many companies around the world.
He has been a consultant to some of the major US companies (IBM, Intel, ATT, GE, Harris, DEC, HP, UTC), Japanese ones (such as Kawasaki Steel - Chief Technology Advisor - Fujitsu, Sony and Hitachi) and also European (including ST Microelectronics, Alcatel, DaimlerChrysler, Ericsson, Magneti-Marelli, BMW, Bull, Pirelli, Telecom Italia, Unicredit, Unipol) and Samsung.
Moreover, he has been Chairman of the Strategic Committee of the Italian Strategic Fund.
Author of over 950 scientific articles, 19 books on integrated systems, design methodologies and tools, and 3 patents in the field of innovative technologies, methodologies and systems, Alberto has received prestigious acknowledgments from the international academic and scientific community.
Chief Investment Officer - UBS Wealth Management Italy
Matteo Ramenghi is Chief Investment Officer of UBS Italy.
His career began in 2000 at UBS Investment Bank, London, where, for nearly fifteen years, he dealt with financial institutions, first taking care of mergers and acquisitions and, later, the equity research industry.
Come back in Italy, Matteo took the lead of the research team, retaining the responsibility for analyzing Italian banks and holding a position of increased responsibility until his appointment as Responsible of the banking sector for emerging Europe.
In the summer of 2015, Matteo joined UBS Italy as Chief Investment Officer, taking part in the wealth management division's global investment process.
In his work, he counts on economic and financial analysis from over 900 analysts worldwide working in UBS.
Based in Milan, Matteo brings UBS's investment strategies in direct contact with media and customers through publications, conferences and meetings.
Global Chief Economist, UBS Wealth Management
Paul joined UBS Wealth Management in August 2016, and is the Global Chief Economist. He is a member of the Global Investment Committee, a UBS Opinion Leader, a sponsor of UBS Speak Up, and a UBS Pride Ally. Paul is responsible for developing and presenting the UBS economic outlook, marketing the UBS view on economics, policy and politics around the world. He appears regularly in the print and broadcast media. Paul started at UBS Investment Bank as an intern in 1992, and was Global Economist.
Paul has an MA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from Oxford University. He is an Honorary Fellow of St Anne’s College, Oxford, sitting on its investment committee, and is a member of the Vice-Chancellor’s Circle of Oxford. He holds an MSc in Financial Economics from the University of London. Paul is also a co-founder of the Peter Culverhouse Memorial Trust (a cancer research and patient care charity). He is an amateur heavyweight boxer and keen skier.
Paul co-authored 'From Red to Green? How the financial credit crunch could bankrupt the environment' with Julie Hudson, which was published in August 2011. 'Food Policy and the Environmental Credit Crunch: From Soup to Nuts', also co-authored with Julie, was published in September 2013. Paul contributed to 'How the world really works: the economy', a children’s guide to economics, which was published in May 2014. His book 'The Truth About Inflation' was published in April 2015.
Managing Director UBS Europe SE, Succursale Italia
As a member of the management board of UBS Europe SE, Fabio Innocenzi was appointed UBS Group Country Head of UBS in Italy in 2011, after serving as Head of the Banks of north-east Italy's Intesa San Paolo Group and General Manager of Cassa di Risparmio del Veneto.
He worked in Intesa San Paolo from 2009 and, between 2002 and 2008, was CEO of Banco Popular and a member of the ABI Executive Committee.
From 1993 to 2001, he was head of the asset management activities of the UniCredit Group, and CEO of Pioneer Investments, with operations in Milan, Dublin and Boston. In the same period, he served as Vice Chairman of Assogestioni.
In May 2016, Fabio was appointed President of AIPB, the Italian Private Banking Association.
Milan, 25th of January 2018
Università Commerciale Luigi Bocconi - Grafton Building
address: angolo Viale Bligny e Via Roentgen
Rome, 1st of February 2018
address: Via Trionfale 151
Discover instead UBS Forum 2017 by accessing the dedicated web page by clicking on the link below. You will find there all the video summaries of the editions of Milan and Rome.