The ‘Trinità dei Monti’ Think Tank was founded by Pierluigi Testa in February 2012. It is an Italian independent discussion group composed of more than 400 members (50 of whom are founding members), which meets at the foot of the Spanish Steps (The Secret Garden) in Rome on a monthly basis with a view to gaining further insight into topical issues regarding economics, financial markets, banking as well as Italian politics. There is an active participation of expert speakers from public authorities, the banking world, enterprises and universities.
The group is composed of persons who are willing to make themselves available to public authorities in order to generate greater trust in the country and in its potential and to relaunch its economy. It was established by:
Pierluigi TESTA – President
Claudia CURCI – Counselor
Andrea Maria FERRANTI – Counselor
Enrico GALLINA – Counselor
Carla LECCE – Counselor
Alessandro RIZZO – Counselor
Francesco SCAMBIA – Counselor
Roberto VENTURINI – Counselor
Giulia DI MICHELE
Filippo Maria MARGHERITINI
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An italian source of informed and shared debate, independent analysis and opinion making and influential ideas on how to build a new Italy based on meritocracy, competence, values and passion for sustainable goals
Analysis and discussion on topics that regard the economy, law, domestic and international politics, labour, banking and finance, and business during regular meetings held with the objective to generate debate on (and focus considerable attention towards) issues of direct interest for both Italy and the European Union.
Formulation and delivery of concrete proposals for development of the economy and management of socio-economic policies regarding our country to the bodies of the Italian Government and to the main players in the industry.
Development of International Relations with a view to facilitating dialogue and development of synergies with governmental, industrial and academic entities. The Think Tank has already established relationships with several foreign countries, including the United States of America, the United Kingdom, France, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, Georgia, and Hungary. We are considering other opportunities of partnership.
The ‘Trinità dei Monti’ has the objective of promoting excellence and unleashing the potential of young professionals through coaching and their engagement in the institutional initiatives
The ‘Trinità dei Monti’ Think Tank meets women professionals on a regular basis in the framework of meetings called ‘Womenomics’.