STEVANATO GROUP ANNOUNCES THE ENTRANCE OF FABIO BUTTIGNON IN THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS - StevanatoGroup
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April, 14 2014

STEVANATO GROUP ANNOUNCES THE ENTRANCE OF
FABIO BUTTIGNON IN THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Stevanato Group, international leader in the production of insulin cartridges and glass containers for pharmaceutical use, in technology for glass tube forming machines and visual inspection machines, announces that Prof. Fabio Buttignon joined the Company as member of the Board of Directors.

Graduate in Economics and Business Administration at University Ca’ Foscari in Venice, Fabio Buttignon is currently full Professor of Corporate Finance at the University of Padua, Department of Economics and Business Administration.

He boasts a long experience in the financial and economic consultancy, focusing on business planning and control, domestic and cross-border M&A, business valuation.

"We are very honored that Prof. Buttignon agreed to join our Board of Directors - says Cav. Sergio Stevanato, President of Stevanato Group - . I am sure that his vast experience in the economic and financial field and his valuable competences will help to give a great support to the development and implementation of our future growth plans."

"It’s a great pleasure to join the Board of Directors of Stevanato Group - adds Fabio Buttignon - . The Group is becoming a global player in the field of glass containers for the pharmaceutical industry, as well as in the field of machinery for their production, combining two vocations of excellence that are mutually reinforcing. Participate and contribute to the international development of this company will be very interesting. I thank Stevanato family that, in terms of governance, wanted to adopt an evolved structure, with the presence of independent directors with different skills."