business crises, learn how to manage them with Luiss Business School

Rome, 7 March (

Knowing how to deal with the impact of a corporate crisis with a timely structure is an increasingly required skill in the business environment, for which the professional figures present are not always adequate. Building on the success of the first edition, Luiss Business School and Luiss School of Law offer the postgraduate university course in Crisis Management, which will start on March 26th. The Program is aimed at professionals already active in the world of public and private work (Chartered Accountants, Lawyers, Accounting Experts, business consultants) who intend to direct their professional development in the management of corporate crises and to entrepreneurs, financial managers, representatives of organizations trade unions or financial companies wishing to develop concrete professionalism in the field of corporate restructuring.

Under the Scientific Direction of Vito Cozzoli, professor of the School of Government of Luiss Guido Carli and of Giorgio Meo, Professor of Commercial Law at Luiss Guido Carli, the course involves the involvement of a faculty composed of leading personalities in the field of crisis business and turnaround management. Among these: representatives of financial institutions such as Francesco Bosco and Andrea Giorgianni of Mediobanca, Extraordinary Commissioners such as Enrico Laghi, Alessandro Danovi and Giuseppe Leogrande, testimonies of the top bodies of the competent institutions (Ministries of Economic Development and Justice), university professors who are experts in the sector such as Attilio Zimatore, Francesco Di Ciommo and Giovanni Bruno, professionals in the field such as Daniele Discepolo, Gerardo Longobardi, Giovanni Fiori, representatives of large consulting firms such as Deloitte, Ernest & Young and Rothschild.

The professionals in the classroom will have the opportunity to deal with the new management regimes – envisaged by the 2019 reform, with the relative need for adaptation to the other EU member countries – and to align themselves perfectly with the new guidelines by looking at an innovative approach.

The teaching modules provided include: Crisis management and Stakeholders Engagement; definition of the Turnaround plan: economic, legal and financial profiles; negotiation and implementation of the Turnaround plan; business continuity tools; extraordinary administration in large companies in crisis.

The program will run from 26 March to 22 May 2021. The meetings are scheduled for the weekend on Friday afternoon and on Saturday all day. For more information: [email protected]


Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Recent News

Editor's Pick