Mauro Moretti

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Mauro Moretti (on the left) with the former President of the Italian Republic Giorgio Napolitano and Chairman of the Board Innocenzo Cipolletta in the cabin of the ETR 500 in 2006.

Mauro Moretti (born 29 October 1953) is an Italian executive and current CEO and General Manager of Finmeccanica; he has been CEO of Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane and chairman of the Community of European Railway and Infrastructure Companies.[1][2] He was Mompeo mayor in 2004 and he worked as syndacalist.


Mauro Moretti joined Ferrovie dello Stato a few months after graduating in Electro Technical Engineering at Bologna University. His career continued in FS where, after passing a public examination, he reached an executive position. Since then, he has held numerous positions in various sectors and with various companies of the Group. Moretti has been Vice-Director of the Technologies and System Development Division (December 1991), Director of the Technological Development and Rolling Stock Division (March 1993), Managing Director of Metropolis, the Group company for the management, development of real estate assets (February 1994).[3]

In December 1997 Moretti became the director of "Area Strategica di Affari" (ASA)- Business Strategies, which he managed even after it was transformed into the Infrastructure Division (July 1999). In February 2001 Moretti became a Member of the Board of Directors of Ferrovie dello Stato. In July of the same year, Rete Ferroviaria Italiana was set up and he was appointed Managing Director. During his time in FS he also became a cadre of the trade union CGIL Trasporti, arriving to be its Secretary from 1986 to 1991.

In September 2006 he was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane.

In May 2014 Finmeccanica Board of Directors appointed Mauro Moretti as new Chief Executive Officer and General Manager of the Group.[4]

Moretti holds various positions outside Finmeccanica group:

Honours and awards[edit]

  • Moretti has been awarded in Milan by the Financial Company Awards 2008 as the best manager of the year.[9]


  1. ^ Organigramma CER CER
  2. ^ UIC
  3. ^ Eva Böckle (21 January 2009). "CER: Curriculum of Mauro Moretti". Retrieved 24 August 2010. 
  4. ^ Finmeccanica: Board of Directors appoints Mauro Moretti Chief Executive Officer and General Manager
  5. ^ **AIAD Federation Bodies
  6. ^ "FS News". Retrieved 24 August 2010. 
  7. ^ "". Retrieved 24 August 2010. 
  8. ^ "University of Cassino" (in Italian). Retrieved 24 August 2010. 
  9. ^ "Travel no-stop". Retrieved 24 August 2010.