Amaro, 4 August 2008
– Eurotech informs the public that Massimo Mauri, Executive Vice President, resigned today from all his duties within the Group. The President and CEO of Eurotech, Roberto Siagri acknowledges the resignation and thanks Massimo Mauri for the job done over the past years.
Mauri began his cooperation with Eurotech in 2000, by managing the entrance of private equity funds and consequently with Eurotech’s entrance into Milano’s Stock Exchange. In the past three years Mauri managed the M&A processes for Eurotech Group, the corporate communication and the relationships with the financial community as the Group’s Investor Relator.
With the conclusion of a process that has seen Mauri involved in the expansion of the Group through a series of acquisitions, he hands in his resignation to take on new professional experiences.
“I’m satisfied with the work done and with having been able to contribute to the major development achieved by Eurotech in these last few years”, Mauri stated. “I thank everyone with whom I’ve had the opportunity of working and, in particular, Roberto, with whom I will remain linked by sincere friendship”.
“I would like to personally thank Massimo Mauri, also on behalf of the entire Group, for his great effort and his significant and valuable contribution in these last few years” said Roberto Siagri “wishing him successful continuation of his brilliant career”.
Massimo Mauri is presently owner of 1,7% of the Eurotech share capital. The Board of Directors is expected to deliberate on the new nominations and delegations on the following August 8.