Presidente del Banco Central Europeo (2011-2019) y primer ministro de Italia (2021-2022)
Mario Draghi served as President of the Council of Ministers of Italy from February 2021 to October 2022. His tenure as Prime Minister was defined by many memorable achievements, most notably including the fight to end the Covid-19 pandemic, his leadership of the Next Generation EU initiative, and his solidarity with the Ukrainian people during the ongoing war with Russia. Dr. Draghi was President of the European Central Bank (ECB) from November 2011 to November 2019 and is widely credited with saving the Eurozone. Over his eight-year term, the monetary policy of the ECB led the Eurozone into an expansion with the creation of 13 million jobs, and the European stock market rising by two-thirds. Prior to 2011, Dr. Draghi served as Governor of the Banca d’Italia and Chairman of the Financial Stability Board that crafted for the governments of the G-7 countries the first regulatory response to the global financial crisis.
Navigating the Changing Political and Economic Landscape
- Leadership and uncertainty: An approach for leading in times of crisis
- Comprehending the geopolitical, economic, and cultural pressures that must be addressed to continue strengthening Europe’s global influence
- Taking the steps necessary to Increase Europe’s economic growth potential
- From China to the US, from Ukraine to the Middle East – implications of a changing world order for businesses and beyond