Fabrizio Testa

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Fabrizio Testa
Occupation CEO
Employer Borsa Italiana

Fabrizio Testa is the CEO of Borsa Italiana and head of fixed income trading for the group. He is a member of the managing board of Euronext, N.V., which owns Borsa Italiana. The board of directors of Borsa Italiana and the supervisory board of Euronext nominated him to take over as CEO on November 28, 2021.[1]

Background[edit]

Testa was previously the CEO of MTS, a key venue for trading Italian government debt, where he covered several senior roles and contributed to the successful launch of BondVision, the MTS dealer to client market. He later took the role of head of product development.

Earlier, he was head of money market desk at Bank of America Milan and then moved on to cover short-term Euro government bonds as a senior bond trader at Bank of America's London branch.[2]

Education[edit]

Testa served as Second Lieutenant in the Italian Carabinieri before graduating in Economics & Finance at Bocconi University in Milan.

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