Juventus have appointed Maurizio Scanavino as their new CEO, while Gianluca Ferrero is expected to replace Andrea Agnelli at the helm of the club. Here’s who they are.
Juventus confirmed that all board members resigned after an emergency meeting on Monday, ending Agnelli’s 12-year reign at the club.
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Investigation into alleged tax fraud and false accounting prompted all board members to step back, naming Scanavino as the club’s new CEO.
Scanavino is described by Italian media as John Elkann’s right-hand man. The 49-year-old is the current general director of Gedi Group, which controls Italian papers La Repubblica and La Stampa.
He joined FCA, also part of Exor’s galaxy, in 2004 covering the role of Brand Promotion for FIAT, Alfa Romeo and Lancia. After three years he moved to La Stampa becoming the director of the digital area and marketing.
In 2010, he became the general director of the advertising agency Publikompass. After three years he became the CEO of the Italian paper Il Secolo XIX.
Exor have also indicated Gianluca Ferrero as the candidate to replace Agnelli as Juventus’ President.
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“Ferrero has solid experience and technical competence as well as a true passion for the Bianconeri, which make him the best candidate to cover the role,” Exor said in a statement.
Born in Turin in 1963, Ferrero graduated in Economics in 1988. He is the Technical Advisor to the Judge at the Turin court and the President of the Board of Statutory Auditors of Fincantieri, Luigi Lavazza, Biotronik Italia, Praxi Intellectual Property, P. Fiduciaria, Emilio Lavazza, Gedi Gruppo Editoriale, Nuo and Lifenet.
He is Vice-President of the Board of Directors of the Banca del Piemonte and a member of the Board of Directors of Italia Independent Group and Pygar.
Juventus shareholders meeting has been confirmed for November 23 while the new board of directors meeting has been scheduled for January 18, 2023.
3 Comments on “Who are Juventus’ new President and CEO?”
So basically, same board different faces
Outrageous. Where is Alessio Secco to take his rightful place. Boumsong and Bendtner are retired and black and white to the core. This should have been the start of a new glorious clown era.
No, same owners different faces and totally different board.