Eugenio Morpurgo is Chief Executive Officer and founding partner of Fineurop Soditic S.p.A., company of the Fineurop Group which focuses on M&A and debt advisory services. He is also a board member of Fineurop S.p.A., Emisys Capital S.G.R.p.A. ,Fineurop Investment opportunities Spa, Soditic Ltd London and Chairman of Fineurop Partecipazioni S.p.A..
Before joining Fineurop, he was Head of M&A and Privatisations at SOPAF, a private financial group listed on Milan Stock Exchange. He started his career at the financial group Matuschka in Munich before moving to Deutsche Bank where he worked in the corporate finance and capital markets areas in London, Frankfurt and Milan. In April 1998 Eugenio , along with Fineurop and Soditic, founded in Milan Fineurop Soditic Spa , independent corporate finance boutique. So far the Company has concluded over 270 transactions in M&A and debt advisory, working with family-owned companies, multinationals and private equity funds. Fineurop Soditic is recognised as one of the main Italian players in this market.
In March 1984 Eugenio graduated cum laude at the Bocconi University in Milan.
From 2006 to 2014 Eugenio has been Professor at LIUC, University Carlo Cattaneo of Castellanza, for the Master in Merchant Banking.
Since 2015 he is Teaching Fellow at the University Bocconi, as a Professor in Investment banking.Over the years he has participated as a speaker in many national and international conferences organized by Nomisma, Mergermarket, Unquote, Real Deals, Bocconi Alumni Global Conference and Italian PE Conference. He is member of the Advisory Board of Alumni Bocconi and member of the working group “Why not Italy?”
Eugenio is also member of the Jury of the yearly “M&A award” , sponsored by Fineurop Soditic and KPMG , which every year awards the best strategic deals in the Italian market.
Eugenio has Italian as a mother language, speaks fluently English, German, French and has a basic knowledge of modern Greek.
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