Alberto Calcagno is Fastweb’s Chief Executive Officer. Calcagno joined the company in 2000 as Head of Strategic Planning. He has covered various strategic roles within the company: from 2005 to 2007 he was Chief Financial Officer and from 2007 to 2010 he was Chief Operating Officer.
Born in 1972 and graduated in Political Economics at Milan’s Bocconi University, Calcagno worked for international investment banks like Salomon Brothers and Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette, specializing in mergers and acquisitions in the telecommunications industry.
Fabrizio Casati is Chief Wholesale Officer of Fastweb and he is in charge of Sales and Customer Operations for the market of Telco Operators. Casati joined Fastweb in 2004 to start up the relationship with other telco operators and to grow the business in this market.
Born in 1967, from 1999 to 2004 he worked in Colt Telecom as Responsible of the Wholesale Market and then as Sales Director of the Enterprise sector. Previously he has held positions of increasing responsibility in Sales for other telecommunication companies such as AT&T, Sprint International and GlobalOne, and for other telco system companies such as Mitel.
Roberto Chieppa is Marketing & Customer Experience Officer of Fastweb since December 2017, with responsibility for Marketing, Communication, Digital, Customer Experience, Innovation and Corporate Social Responsibility, after joining the company as Head of Marketing in November 2014.
After graduating in Business Economics at Bocconi University in Milan, Chieppa developed his professional career in Italy and abroad with multiple roles with international responsibility, 13 years in the consumer goods sector and the last 7 in Retail.
In particular, he worked for more than a decade in Procter & Gamble Marketing and Sales, managing brands such as Ace, Dash, Lines and Pampers. Subsequently he gained important experience as “Marketing Director” in Bolton Manitoba, “Group Marketing & eCommerce Director” of Prénatal and “Director of Marketing & e Commerce” of OVS and Coin Group.
Peter Grüter is Chief Financial Officer of Fastweb since July 2014 and is responsible for managing all financial activities and aspects of the company. Born in 1968 in Germany, Grüter studied in Germany, France and in the United States. He holds a a PhD in physics from École Normale Supérieure in Paris. Prior to Swisscom, he served 7 years as management consultant with McKinsey and Comp, Berlin. Peter specialized in telecom, IT, and media industries, and strategy and business development functions. He joined Swisscom in 2005 where he acted as head of Group Strategy and Head of Strategy for several operating units. He has been member of the Board of Directors of Swisscom Central and Eastern Europe, Airbites Ukraine, Swisscom Hospitality Services and several start-ups co-funded by Swisscom Group.
In 2012 he headed the Group Participation Management, supporting and supervising Swisscom’s Italian It Services businesses.
Massimo Mancini is Chief Enterprise Officer of Fastweb. He co-ordinates Sales and Customer Operations for medium, large corporations and Public Administration market. He joined Fastweb in 2005 as responsible for the start-up of Central Public Administration sector and subsequently was appointed head of the whole Public Administration sector with the acquisition of the responsibility for Local Public Administrations in 2009.
Born in 1963 and graduated in Computer Science at Bari’s University, Mancini had his first professional experience as Software Administrator in Italtel s.p.a., and then he worked for sixteen years in Telecom Italia, starting with technical responsibilities and subsequently as sales mergers in the corporate industry sectors for centre and south area.
Matteo Melchiorri is Human Capital Officer of Fastweb since october 2017 with responsibility for internal organization, recruiting and enhancing human resources activities as well as facility management and security functions after being Head of HR Organization & Operations since May 2016, when he joined the company. Born in the US in 1972 Melchiorri graduated in Economics at Bocconi University in Milan.
Melchiorri’s professional experience has developed within important international groups such as Deutsche Bank, Microsoft and Bolton Manitoba, where he was of Head of Human Resources from 2007 to 2011.
From 2011 to 2016, Melchiorri was Director of Human Resources of Star (GB Foods Group).
Mario Mella is Chief Technology Officer of Fastweb. Born in 1964 in Milan, electronic engineer, he is responsible for the technological areas and operating processes relating to the Network, Data Centers and to the Information Technology Infrastructure. He joined Fastweb during the start-up in 1999, in charge of Broadband access technology and of the implementation of the Fiber Network development plan.
In 2008 was appointed as CTO, with the overall responsibility for fixed and mobile Network Technologies, Data Centers Operations and IT infrastructure management. Chairman of e.Bismedia Board of Directors until 2013. Previously he worked for eight years in the Telecommunication sector in increasingly senior positions in development and implementation of broadband networks in Italy and abroad.
Giovanni Moglia is Chief Legal & Regulatory Affairs Officer of Fastweb since 2000 and ensures legal assistance, compliance with laws and regulations and support in negotiations with other telecommunications/content providers or in relations with authorities. Born in 1960 and graduated in law, with a special focus on economic law and competition and market regulation, Moglia joined the Studies Office of CONSOB, the Italian securities and exchange commission. Later, he was involved in the creation of the Competition & Market Authority as head of the Telecommunications & IT Division. In 1997 he assisted the Stet chairman’s office during privatization and subsequently took charge of the Central Group responsible for Relations with Authorities. He was later appointed Director of Institutional Affairs at Wind, where he supervised preparation of the tender for the assignment of Italy’s third mobile phone operating license.
Andrea Pizzigoni is Consumer & Small Business of Fastweb. He co-ordinates Sales and Customer Operations for Families and Soho professional market. Pizzigoni joined Fastweb in 2001 to start up the Indirect Sales channel for consumer and business market in the Center Area Division. In 2008 he is responsible for Italy Sales Outbound Department. From 2012 to 2014 he is Head of Sales of Consumer Business Unit.
Born in 1970, Pizzigoni graduated in Economics at “La Sapienza” University in Rome and obtained a Master in “Management and Organization Development” in Milano Politecnico. He works up to 1996 abroad in Saint Gobain Group as a controller and then in Italy managing the business relationship with European customers. From 2000 to 2001 Pizzigoni worked in Infostrada Spa as Indirect Sales Manager for the Nord-West Area Division and then for the Center Area Division.
Sergio Scalpelli is Chief Institutional & External Relations Officer of Fastweb since 2001 and is responsible for relations with bodies, institutions, government agencies, associations and the Italian and international media, to ensure that the company’s institutional visibility is consistent with its industrial plan.
Born in 1959, from 1983 to 1992 Scalpelli has been the director of the Casa della Cultura in Milan, a training and information center active in social sciences and the humanities. One of the founders (1995) and managing director until 1998 of the daily newspaper Il Foglio. As journalist and editorial consultant, Scalpelli was member of the editorial committee of Limes, an Italian geopolitical journal, and edited the Frontiere series for the Guerini publishing house. He was also member of the board of directors of the Ideazione foundation and editor of the monthly magazine Critica Sociale. From 1991 to 1993 he was a member of the board of directors of Milan’s Bocconi University. From 1995 to july 2006 he has been editor of Tempi weekly magazine, and a member of Milan city council from 1997 to 2001.