Managing Director Morgan Stanley, Investment Banking DivisionRegina received her BA in International Affairs from George Washington University. She then went on to receive both her MBA and Masters in Public Policy from Georgetown University. • After completing graduate school in 2004, Regina spent four years working on Media Mergers & Acquisitions at Goldman Sachs in Los Angeles. • She joined Morgan Stanley in 2009 and now sits in the Chicago office as a Managing Director within the Global Industrials Group. • She oversees the global automotive and global mobility technologies verticals. • For over fifteen years, Regina has dedicated her career to advising corporate clients on a variety of transactions, including traditional mergers, acquisitions and divestitures, as well as a variety of debt and equity capital markets transactions. • Regina lives in Oak Park, Illinois with her husband and their two children.
Moderator: Filomena Greco
It is easy to say the world is continuously changing. After 10 years of overall a reasonable solid growth with very low levels of inflation and a strong globalization process, now after a very likely unwise declaration of new sustainability targets leading to speculative, unstable energy prices, logistic costs have skyrocketed, supply chains were disrupted, globalization looks unsustainable in terms of risks and costs. How does this affect the world of fintech? What role can open innovation play in this context? How do large companies interpret these phenomena and how do they make them pay off?
- Regina Savage, Managing Director Morgan Stanley, Investment Banking Division
- Enrico Chiapparoli, CEO Barclays Italy, Head of Banking Italy and Central Eastern Europe Former Head of Automotive EMEA
- Marco Gay, President Digital Magics
- Ivan Losio, Italian Financial Accounting Advisory Services Leader e Partner di EY
- Paolo Poma, Chief Financial Officer Lamborghini Automobili
- Antonio Picca Piccon, CFO Ferrari
- Francesca Perrone, Head of WEU Start Lab & Development Programs UniCredit