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Angelino Alfano

Chairman of ASTM from April 26, 2023.

Partner of the BonelliErede law firm, he is an expert in civil and corporate law as well as international relations and economic diplomacy. He held important academic and institutional roles, including a member of the Italian Chamber of Deputies from 2001 to 2018. Between 2008 and 2018, he held the role of Minister in three different Ministries, such as Minister of Justice, Minister of the Interior, Minister of Foreign Affairs. He held the position of Vice-President of the Council of Ministers between 2013 and 2014. He was a member of the Council of the European Union for the Justice and Home Affairs sector and a member of the Council of the European Union for Foreign Affairs. During the semester of the Italian presidency in 2014 he chaired the Council of Ministers of Internal Affairs of the European Union. In May 2009 he chaired the G8 Justice, in 2013 the G6 of Interior Ministers, in 2017 the G7 of Foreign Ministers and again in 2017 the UN Security Council. He is currently Chairman of the De Gasperi Foundation as well as Chairman of Policlinico San Donato SpA. He is adjunct professor of the course «Islam in Europe: migration, integration and security» at the Luiss University of Rome as part of the master’s degree in political science.

Chief Executive Officer

Umberto Tosoni

Umberto Tosoni was born on 4 March 1975 and graduated with a degree in Engineering Management from the Tor Vergata University of Rome, specialising in Transport Planning.

He has been CEO of ASTM since 12 February 2020.

After beginning his professional career in one of the leading multinational companies in the semiconductor production sector, gaining important experience in Italy and abroad, he joined the Gavio Group.

Within the Group he has covered various and prestigious positions over the years, including – in the motorway concessions sector – CEO of SIAS, the Group’s holding company in the sector, and CEO of various licensee companies including Autostrada dei Fiori, SITAF, SATAP A4 Torino-Milano and A21 Torino-Piacenza, Autostrada Torino-Savona, Autostrada Asti-Cuneo, SAV.

Lastly, in the technology and innovation sector, he held the position of CEO of SINELEC, the Group’s Information Technology hub of which he is currently Vice President and of which over the years has maintained a role as coordinator for the strategic direction within the Board.

He is currently the CEO of Nuova Argo Finanziaria, a holding company owned by the Gavio family (50,5%) and the Ardian (49,5%) family, which controls the ASTM Group.

Last update: 27/04/2023