Born in Rome on 13 February 1963.
Head of the On-site Supervisory Inspectorate since August 1, 2019.
He graduated with honors in Law from LUISS University in Rome in 1986, and since 1990 he has been qualified as a lawyer.
He completed training and study stays at the Central Budget Office and at the London School of Economics (LSE) on the functioning of financial markets.
He has been since 1989 with the Bank of Italy, where he was assigned to the On-site Supervisory Inspectorate. He has been responsible for inspections at the major banking groups, in Italy and abroad; he has led inspections for the validation of internal risk measurement models adopted by banks.
In the mid-2000s, he participated in the coordination of activities for the national implementation of the Basel 2 Accords.
He was a member of the Steering Committee (2013-14), an institution in the context of the activities for the launch of the Single Supervisory Mechanism-SSM (Project Balance Sheet Assessment promoted by the ECB).
Since the establishment of the SSM, he represents the Bank of Italy in the Centralised On-site Inspection Network, which brings together the heads of the Inspectorates of the countries belonging to the Banking Union.
From 2013 to 2018, he was a consultant to the Parliamentary Anti-Mafia Commission (XVII Legislature).
He participates as a speaker in seminars and conferences in the academic and institutional spheres. He is the author of essays on Supervision.