Vito Gamberale is the manager who, among other things, contributed to the foundation of F2i, an important Italian institutional and private fund dedicated to the infrastructure investments area. He started his professional career in Anic, after graduating Mechanical engineer from La Sapienza University of Rome. His next experience was in IMI (Istituto Mobiliare Italiano), where He assumed the role of industrial analyst and developed a strong knowledge of the Country’s industrial and production structure. The expertise and the skills evolved in IMI were useful for the work in Gepi (Società per le Gestioni e Partecipazioni Statali), where He managed acquisitions and privatizations. From 1984 to 1991, Vito Gamberale contributed to the privatizations of the Companies belonging to the Eni Group which were not part of the Holding’s Core Business. As Chief Executive Officer of Sip, He was one of the architects of the mobile telephone systems diffusion in Italy and He made TIM a world leader and a benchmark in the sector. He then worked for 21 investimenti, a fund belonging to Benetton family, and, from 2000 to 2006, He became Chief Executive Officer of Autostrade per l’Italia, transforming the group into a real multinational company after its privatization. 2007 is the date of F2i birth, an Italian infrastructure fund that provides services in airports, renewables sources, gas distribution, integrated water services and optical fiber networks fields. The same year Vito Gamberale was awarded an honorary degree in Telecommunication Engineering from Tor Vergata University of Rome. From 2007 to 2014, as F2i CEO He contributed to the creation of two funds, F2i First Fund and F2i Second Fund, which raised over 3 million euros and quickly becoming the largest italian infrastructural fund.
Vito Gamberale is currently Chairman of Quercus Assets Selection and Shareholder and Chairman of Iterchimica.