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Dr Maria-Cristina Ungureanu

Head of Corporate Governance, Corporate Affairs
Eurizon Capital SGR
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Maria-Cristina Ungureanu, Head of Corporate Governance, Corporate Affairs, Eurizon Capital SGR

Biography    
Cristina Ungureanu is Head of Corporate Governance at Eurizon Capital SGR, the asset management company of Intesa Sanpaolo Bank group.

Previously, she was head of corporate governance advisory at Sodali, a global corporate governance and shareholder services consultancy, where she was in charge of the company’s global governance projects, providing advice to clients on a range of issues relating to governance, remuneration, communication, board of directors composition, and board assessment.

Dr. Ungureanu started her career in 2001 with Georgeson Shareholder Communication in Johannesburg, South Africa, as key foreign account executive and director corporate advisory. Afterwards, she served as head of corporate meetings at Computershare Investor Services, and later, as senior associate investor relations with Taylor Rafferty, a U.S. investor relations consultancy in London, UK. In 2007, she moved to Italy, working in Genoa and Milan as consultant and research coordinator on various international corporate governance projects, collaborating with the European Corporate Governance Institute, the Universities of Genoa and of Pavia, the Italian Association of Listed companies, the European Commission, and the European Parliament. In 2012, Dr. Ungureanu joined Crisci & Partners, an independent professional firm specialized in board governance consulting, as senior consultant and researcher.

Dr. Ungureanu is author of many publications on corporate governance and financial regulation and is often invited at international conferences to present on related topics. She holds a B.A. in Economics, an M.A. in International Affairs, and a Ph.D. in Finance.

ECGI Working Papers (Click title for more details)
Economics, Politics, and the International Principles for Sound Compensation Practices. An Analysis of Executive Pay at European Banks ECGI Law Working Paper 169/2010 November 2010
Understanding Directors' Pay in Europe: A Comparative and Empirical Analysis ECGI Law Working Paper 126/2009 June 2009

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