Paola has 30 years’ experience of capital markets in the City of London. She covered senior management positions at Goldman Sachs, Credit Suisse and State Street covering different geographies, with P&L responsibility. Since 2014, Paola has developed a portfolio of non-executive positions. She is currently on the board of BNY Mellon International (asset services), Wells Fargo Securities International (broker dealer), ARCA Fondi SGR (asset management), Arrow Global (a FTSE company active in the NPLs sector). She serves on various risk, audit and remuneration committees as part of these mandates. Paola is also the Industry Director of the Institute of Finance and Technology at UCL in London.
She graduated with the highest distinction from Bocconi University in Milan where she studied Economics and took specialization courses in economics and finance at the NYU, New York.
Steven Van Wyk
Eric HirschhornBank of New York Mellon
Edwin van BommelABN AMRO Ventures
Tom HaywoodBritish Patient Capital
Lord Jonathan Evans
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