Webinar LIVE

Monday, November 8, 2021 (12 noon - 1 pm CET)

VIA WEB
Global Attractiveness Index 2021: the attractiveness of Italy and other Country Systems in the post-Covid world

The meeting will be available only in Italian

In a world in transition, in which the strategic choices of localization of productive assets, resources and talents assume an even more crucial role, the attractiveness of Country Systems becomes a crucial element in the process of attracting investment and the competition that ensues. In this context, attractiveness indicators provide the necessary tools for companies and institutions to make an informed choice of where and how to invest.
The European House - Ambrosetti, together with Aviva Assicurazioni in Italy, Philip Morris Italia, Toyota Material Handling Italy and other investment companies in the country, launched the Global Attractiveness Index (GAI) platform, with the aim of making available to Italian and international decision-makers an innovative index,  to highlight the attractiveness and sustainability of countries and, consequently, provide reliable guidance to support system choices for the growth and optimisation of the pro-business environment. Over the years, the GAI has obtained the statistical audit of the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission, to validate its methodology, and has become one of the indices most monitored by the Italian Government, as well as being monitored by governments of other countries (such as Russia, France and Turkey).
In 2021 GAI underwent its 6th update; during this webinar LIVE, Valerio De Molli will discuss the following topics:
  • the attractiveness of a Country in the post-Covid world
  • the results of the Global Attractiveness Index 2021
  • the Tableau de Bord of Italy: strengths, weaknesses, and tools to relaunch the country.

Program

Monday, November 8, 2021
12 noon - 12:30 pm CET
Speech by Valerio De Molli
12:30 pm - 1 pm CET
Discussion

Valerio De Molli

Managing Partner & CEO, The European House - Ambrosetti

Valerio De Molli has been Managing Partner and Chief Executive Officer of The European House – Ambrosetti since 2000. He led, with other partners, the management buyout of the company in 2008.

He is also Director of London’s Ambrosetti Group Limited, Chairman of The European House – Ambrosetti Middle East, Senior Advisor of the Venture Capital Fund United Ventures, and Mentor of the Kairos Society, an association of young American entrepreneurs. He has been a member of YPO (Young Presidents’ Organization) since 2011.

He is a member of the Boards of Directors of numerous companies.

He gives lectures and seminars on strategy and management for top executives, associations, and universities.
He is the author of Towards Excellence. Boards of Directors: A Tool for an Effective System of Corporate Governance. Proposals and Recommendations, published by Sperling & Kupfer in May 2005, and The Fundamentals of Strategic Management – Paradigms of the Corporate System, published by IPSOA in January 2009.

He founded and continues to chair important Think Tanks including Observatory on Europe in Brussels, Observatory on the Excellence of Corporate Governance in Italy, Meridiano Sanità, and Cashless Society, among others.

From 1995 to 2000, he was head of the International Division of The European House – Ambrosetti where he oversaw its activities in Europe, China, Japan and the United States.

Since 1992, he has been responsible for The European House – Ambrosetti’s Forum “Intelligence on the World, Europe, and Italy”, which is held every September at Villa d’Este in Cernobbio, Italy.

He was the local organizer of the 2004 Bilderberg meeting in Italy.

Before joining Ambrosetti he worked as a financial advisor in the corporate finance division of Paribas in Amsterdam. He also worked at one of the principle stockbrokers in Milan, Belloni & Tedeschi, and in the research and analysis department of Banca Popolare di Luino e Varese.

He obtained a degree in Business Administration from Bocconi University and is married with three children.