Fernando, born in Foggia, graduated summa cum laude in Computer Engineering at the Polytechnic of Milan (1999). In the early years of his career he devoted himself to software development, in particular in the capital market in IT Software SpA.
In 2006 he obtained an MBA in general management (focus in finance) at SDA Bocconi in Milan. After the MBA, Fernando joins McKinsey & Company in Milan, a member of the BTO (Business Technology Office) practice.
During his experience at McKinsey & Company, he participates in numerous engagements with financial institutions in Europe and in the MENA area.
In 2010 he moved to London as Vice President of the Private Wealth Management Strategy team of Deutsche Bank. In 2015 he assumes the role of Head of Cost & Resource Management of the EMEA Wealth Management business in Deutsche Bank.Today he is Director – Transformation Governance of Deutsche Bank Wealth Management.
He lives in Zurich, Switzerland, with his family and his passions are his two sons and his wife.
Two books that always consults are “The hard thing about hard things” by Ben Horowitz and “Zero to One” by Peter Thiel.
His favorite quotes are “Ask for forgiveness, not for permission” and “Finance can be a force for good and progress”.