Andrea joined Oliver Wyman in 1998, in London. His early career was devoted to advising major commercial and universal banks in Europe on their risk and financial resources management priorities. Since 2007 he is based in Rome.
Following the global financial crisis, Andrea has developed a deep interest in financial stabilization measures and policy issues related to the financial services sector as a whole.
As co-head of the firm’s public sector and policy practice, Andrea is responsible for Oliver Wyman’s financial services work with governments, central banks, supervisors and supra-national authorities, multi-lateral and development banks. His work includes regulatory and financial sector reform, asset quality review and stress testing, resolution frameworks and strategies, crisis management. More recently, Andrea has developed a keen interest in two distinct areas: climate change and anti money laundering.
Andrea co-operates with academia on public policy themes. He is also a co-founder of and the driving force behind the Financial Regulatory Outlook Conference, the foremost annual gathering of senior public and private sector financial services leaders in Rome, jointly organised by the Centre of International Governance Innovation (CIGI) and the Oliver Wyman Forum.