Trieste. The Council of the Generali decided “to terminate the working relationship with Luciano Cirinà with immediate effect”.
This is stated in a note from Lyon outlining how Serena was suspended from the position of Regional Officer in Austria and Central and Eastern Europe last March 23.
The decision – as stated – “is motivated by breach of loyalty obligations and gross breach of other obligations under the employment contract.”
Serena is Caltagirone’s CEO candidate to renew Lyon’s board of directors.
Serena while presenting the Caltagirone menu plan, unlike that presented by Leon Group CEO Philippe Dennett, had defined his position in the company: “I requested unpaid leave and it was refused due to the Ukrainian crisis and I was notified this week of a moratorium that is not legally an action disciplinary.” Then he added, “I was part of the Generali for 33 years, and I was involved in the plan on the part of my regional specialist and I do not deny it.”
Adopted Triestine, a career spent largely abroad between Vienna and Prague, in the government of the Generali in Eastern Europe, in recent days was included in a Romanian manufacturer’s roster to compete with Philippe Dunnet for the Generali’s chief mace.[[ge:gelocal:nordesteconomia:finanza:1.41307490:gele.Finegil.StandardArticle2014v1:https://nordesteconomia.gelocal.it/finanza/2022/03/17/news/cirina-chi-e-il-manager-della-mitteleuropa-fra-passione-per-il-rugby-e-la-cucina-siciliana-che-caltagirone-vuole-alla-guida-di-generali-1.41307490]]
In Trieste, Luciano Serena attended Dante Alighieri High School. After his third year of classical high school and two years in Wales, he returned from abroad to Trieste where he graduated in economics and commerce.
The appointment of the Generali thirty years ago became the beginning of an exemplary career for the administrative class with Generali DNA who would travel the world far and wide. Cirina is immediately appreciated as a kind, helpful and direct person. He moves to Vienna with his Friulian-born wife Petra, where he will spend nine years managing corporate risk in Austria and the European Economic Community. After a hiatus in central management, he returned to the Austrian capital as CEO of Generali Holding Vienna. From Vienna to Prague, Serena will then have the management of all major operations in recent years in Eastern Europe, culminating in the acquisition of the insurance activities of the Czech group Ppf.
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