ATR appoints Giorgio Moreni as Chief Financial Officer

The ATR Assembly of Members has appointed Giorgio Moreni (45), as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of ATR. He succeeds Eric Baravian, whose four-year mandate according to ATR’s statutes has expired in June 2014.

Giorgio Moreni graduated in Electrical Engineering at the University of Genoa, in July 1995. After serving as lieutenant with the Italian Air Force, in 1997 he joined Elsag S.p.A, a firm specialized in industrial automation and Information Technology. Later on, in 2000 he joined the Public Mobile Radio division of the British TLC manufacturer Marconi PLC in Saudi Arabia.

He joined the Finmeccanica group in 2002 as International Sales Director for the Automation and IT division. In 2006, he joined Alenia North America, in Washington, DC, where he was appointed Vice President, Business Development. In such capacity, he led strategic commercial initiatives related to various military and commercial aviation programs, including the C-27J Joint Cargo Aircraft and special versions of the ATR family.

In 2008 he took the position of Vice President, Strategic Collaborations of Alenia North America acting as the main strategist and controller for all activities regarding Alenia’s Joint Ventures and strategic partnerships in the North American market. In 2012, he moved back to Alenia headquarters in Italy where he acted as Chief of Staff of the Chief Business Officer/CFO. With that, he also took the role of Head of Business Russia, representing the Italian shareholder on the Superjet 100 Program, as the principal actor for all strategic, organizational and financial matters.

Giorgio Moreni was born in Genoa in 1969. He is married and has two children.
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ATR is the world number one regional aircraft manufacturer with its ATR 42 and 72 aircraft the best-selling aircraft in the less than 90-seat market segment. The unifying vision of the company’s employees is to help everyone, no matter where they are in the world, to connect and develop in a responsible manner. Thanks to the efficiency of turboprop technology and the benefits of the company’s focus on continuous innovation, ATR aircraft open over 130 new routes every year on average, burn 45% less fuel and emit 45% less CO2 than regional jets. For all of these reasons, ATR aircraft have been chosen by some 200 companies in 100 countries around the world. ATR is a joint-venture between Airbus and Leonardo.