Enrico Bondi

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Enrico Bondi (born 5 October, 1934 in Arezzo) is an Italian administrator.

Although he graduated in Chemistry, Bondi has extensive experience of re-structuring companies in financial ill-health. Most notably, he took charge of Parmalat and its subsidiaries during the crisis that followed the Crac Parmalat in the early 2000s. This was a perod which gave rise to a debt of €14bn.[1] Bondi is currently the CEO of Parmalat.

On 11 October 2006, Bondi became president of Parma F.C., a position he held until the club's sale to Tommaso Ghirardi in January 2007.

He was nominated government commissioner for the spending review by the Monti Cabinet on 30 April 2012.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Paolo Biondani, Associazione per delinquere nel crac Parmalat, «Corriere della Sera», 5 novembre 2004, p. 18.