Program 2018

8 February 2018

Program 2018

April 12
SUSTAINABILITY

Round tables moderated by Luca Orlando, editor Il Sole 24 Ore.


9.30 am

Introduction by

Antonio Tinelli President, San Patrignano Community


 

Welcome addresses

Letizia Moratti Co-Founder, San Patrignano Foundation


Andrea Gnassi Mayor, Rimini


Vincenzo Boccia President, Confindustria


10.00 am

Keynote speech

Arancha González Executive Director, International Trade Centre


10.20 am

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

Focus Africa
From the SDG Agenda 2030 to the African Agenda 2063. The way to build a prosperous, integrated, sustainable and peaceful Africa.

Special Guest
Vera Songwe Executive Secretary, UN Economic Commission for Africa


Round table


Jean-Sébastien Decaux CEO Southern Europe, Belgium, Luxemburg, Africa and Israel, JCDecaux


Giuseppe Mistretta Director for the sub-Saharan countries, Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation


Mario Molteni CEO, E4Impact Foundation


Joseph Nkandu Founder and Executive Director, Nucafe


Alberto Piatti Executive Vice President: Responsible and Sustainable Enterprise, Eni


Q&A


11.25 am: Coffee break

11.40 am

SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC GROWTH

Welfare
Demographic and social changes make the current economic system no more sustainable. New welfare models could be the solution to provide social services such as education, health, assistance and personal care.

Round table


Carlo Clavarino EMEA Executive Chairman, Aon


Oreste Gallo President, Cometa Fund


Victor Massiah CEO, UBI Banca


Marcella Panucci Director General, Confindustria


Q&A


12.30 pm

SUSTAINABLE FINANCE

New financing models
International financial system is one of the key-point of reversals of fortune for people and Countries. US and European banking experiences for sustainable growth.

Round table


Matteo Casagrande Business Development Manager, Banca dei Territori Intesa Sanpaolo


Mario Deaglio Full Professor of International Economics, Turin University and Editor, Annual Report Einaudi on Global Economy and Italy


Riccardo Graziano General Secretary, Ente Nazionale Microcredito


John McKinley Director, BlackRock USA


Q&A


1.20 pm: Luncheon

2.20 pm

SUSTAINABLE SOCIETY

Women empowerment
An equal and sustainable society guarantees to everyone equal access to health, education, earning power and political representation. Narrowing the gender gap is the objective in order to enhance a just society and to lift out of poverty millions of people.

Special Guest
Rael Ruto Spouse of the Deputy President of Kenya, Founder and Patron, Joyful Women Organization


Round table


Maria Cristina Bertellini CEO, Euro Mec Service


Patrizia Grieco President, Enel


Sigríður Snævarr Ambassador, Iceland Ministry for Foreign Affairs and Member, Exedra


Mina Teicher Vice President, International Women’s Forum


Q&A


3.25 pm

SUSTAINABLE TECHNOLOGY

Visions of future
Between reality and virtuality, far from utopia and keeping away from dystopia, technologies open unpredictable scenarios on the future. It’s the moment to design a digital future on a human scale.

Special Guest
Nicholas Negroponte Chairman Emeritus, Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Media Lab and Founder, One Laptop per Child Association


Round table


Roberto Cingolani Scientific Director, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia


Robert Madelin Chairman and Director, Fipra International


Giulio Pedrollo Vice President for Industrial Policy, Confindustria


Gianfelice Rocca President, Techint Group


Q&A


4.30 pm: Coffee break

4.45 pm

SUSTAINABLE CITIES

Hubs for solutions
The formation of mega-cities is now a global phenomenon with over the 50% of the world population living in cities. It is essential to turn problems of massive urbanization into opportunities.

Round table


Pietro Negri Head of Sustainability, Ania and Chairman, Italian Forum for Sustainable Finance


Ambrogio Prezioso President, the Industrial Union of Naples


Andrea Ruckstuhl Head of Italy and Continental Europe, Lendlease


Sergio Solero President, BMW Italia


Q&A


5.35 pm

DAY CLOSING REMARKS

Letizia Moratti Co- Founder, San Patrignano Foundation


 

April 13
RESPONSIBILITY

Round tables moderated by Luca Orlando, editor Il Sole 24 Ore.


10.00 am

RESPONSIBLE EDUCATION

Arts and culture
Access to culture is the way to move on from conflicts and feed creativity and innovation. Sensitive forms of culture and art can lead to mutual understanding.

Round table


Giovanni Brugnoli Vice President for Human Capital, Confindustria


Alberto Cavalli COO, Cologni Foundation for the Métiers d’Art


Pier Luigi Sacco Full Professor in Economy and Culture, IULM


Paolo Verri General Director, Matera-Basilicata 2019 Participatory Foundation


Q&A


10.50 am: Coffee break

11.05 am

RESPONSIBLE HEALTH

Wellbeing
Research and innovation are achieving outstanding results enhancing life span and quality. The goal is ensure wide access to medicaments and to improve global wellbeing.

Round table


Sergio Dompé Past President and Member of the Board Management, Farmindustria


Katherine LaGuardia Special Advisor, New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene


Nicoletta Luppi Vice President and Managing Director, MSD Italy


Damiano Rondelli Michael Reese Professor of Hematology, University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System


Q&A


11.55 am

RESPONSIBLE PRODUCTION

Fashion
Production is often blamed for climate change as well as for various social issues. Fashion industry, which is at the forefront in promoting a sustainable production, in limiting environmental impacts and in supporting culture and social needs, can offer virtuous experiences.

Round table


Giuseppe Miroglio Chairman, Miroglio Group


Gabriele Moratti Founder and Creative Director, Redemption


Francesca Rosset Co-Founder, Kinabuti


Claire Swift Director of Social Responsibility, University of the Arts London – London College of Fashion


Veronica Tonini Risk Management & Group Compliance Director and Group CSR Coordinator, Salvatore Ferragamo


Q&A


12.45 pm: Luncheon

2.00 pm

RESPONSIBLE CONSUMPTION

Circular Economy and Shared Value
Circular economy is at the heart of the agenda established under the Europe 2020 Strategy for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth. Responsible performances and shared value are ways of maximizing businesses while solving social problems. Two ways to move forward towards real change.

Special Guest
Enrico Giovannini Full Professor of Economic Statistics, University of Rome Tor Vergata


Round table


Franco Amelio Sustainability Leader, Deloitte


Gaela Bernini Head of Scientific and Social Area, Bracco Foundation


Luisa Franzone Supply Chain Director, Unilever Italy


Marco Gualtieri President, Seeds&Chips


Kari Herlevi Project Director, Sitra


Rossana Revello President, Corporate Social Responsibility Technical Group, Confindustria


Q&A


3.05 pm

RESPONSIBLE FINANCE

Social impact investment
Socially responsible investing allows financial returns while supporting social impact and common good. The current state of the art is the starting point to move forward.

Round table


Mauro Bombacigno Director Company Engagement, BNL Gruppo BNP Paribas Italy


Simona Camerano Head-Business Studies & Research, Cassa Depositi e Prestiti


Quazi Azmat Isa President, Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund


Massimo Lapucci Chair, European Foundation Centre and Secretary General, Fondazione CRT


Monica Mandelli Managing Director, KKR and Endeavor Italy


Q&A


3.55 pm
Special Guest
Mario Nava Director Financial System Surveillance and Crisis Management, European Commission DG FISMA and appointed President, Consob


4.10 pm

CLOSING REMARKS

Vincenzo Boccia President, Confindustria


Letizia Moratti Co-Founder, San Patrignano Foundation


The official languages ​​of the event will be Italian and English with a simultaneous translation service.

The program could be subject to changes.