Directorate General for Human Resources, Communications and Information

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Director General - Secretary General: Alberto Martiello

Deputy Director General: Franco Maria D'Andrea
Deputy Director General: Giuseppe Parigi
Number of employees: 396

Human Resources Directorate

The Directorate takes part in drawing up the Bank's guidelines for human resource management and sets out how they will be implemented.

It works with the various units of the Bank to apply the guidelines for human resource management.

It drafts the regulations governing employment relationships and manages trade union relations.

It is in charge of staff recruitment, oversees the development of staff skills and carries out training programmes.

It manages the systems for evaluation, promotion and allocation of human resources.

It is responsible for staff regulations and compensation. It provides for the payment of pensions and the administration of the Bank's supplementary pension fund.

It prepares the files for disciplinary proceedings and warnings.

It liaises with the Staff Sports and Social Association (CASC) and the in-house bank (CSR).

It provides prevention and protection services in respect of employee health and safety, and promotes initiatives to improve working conditions and organizational well-being.

Number of employees: 194

Head:

communications Directorate

The Directorate is responsible for institutional and corporate communications and for promoting the Bank's image through the organization and coordination of a range of initiatives.

It develops communication policies, plans and coordinates the Bank's communication initiatives, and manages new communication tools.

Number of employees: 59

Head:

General Affairs Directorate

The Directorate manages and coordinates all document handling activities.

It deals with insurance matters and corporate mobility.

The directorate provides services of general utility for the Bank, coordinates and assists with the organization of events and the opening to the public spaces of historical and artistic interest.

Number of employees: 109