Marco Moscadelli: The Bank of Italy man


At Dipo, the Italian loss data consortium, they call him “the Bank of Italy man”, and with a career like Marco Moscadelli’s, it’s hardly surprising. He has carved out a career in regulation by serving in the supervision department of Italy’s central bank for the past 20 years. When asked how he feels about having worked at the central bank for so long, he jokes: “It’s a very long time! But it seems like just yesterday that the work at the Bank of Italy began!”

Joining the central bank in 1991

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