Massimo Doris, who is Ennio’s son at the helm of Banca Mediolanum with his sister Annalisa Sara Doris- time.news

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It was last September 22 when, in an interview with Courier service, Ennio Doris – died at the age of 81 on November 24 – he explained that he would definitively leave the reins of Banca Mediolanum to his son Massimo Antonio Doris. I am 81 years old. A company the size of Banca Mediolanum requires a lot of attention. As an honorary president, I can still be useful, doing the things I like best and also dedicating myself to my family. I was lucky: you don’t often find a father who is succeeded by a son with the same characteristics. It happened to me, as it did to Maldini, to Mazzola. And that leaves me calm.

In reality, Doris the father had long since left the operational leadership of the bank to his eldest son Massimo Antonio, who has held the position of CEO of the Bank since 2008. Ennio Doris and his wife Lina Tombolato, married since 1966, have in fact had two children: Massimo Antonio and Annalisa Sara, both involved in the Bank’s future. Annalisa Sara holds the role of vice president of Banca Mediolanum.

Lina Tombolato, wife of Ennio Doris and mother of Massimo and Sara
Lina Tombolato and Ennio Doris are married in 1966 and they remained together until his death on November 24th. The couple had two children, Massimo and Sara, who work in the family bank. In an interview with Courier service on the occasion of her 80th birthday, Doris had said of his wife: My Lina was 15 years old. In a week we got engaged. I married her in 1966. She remains the same: ethereal like Katharine Hepburn, beautiful like Sophia Loren. The right woman, as defined – as reported by the founder of Banca Mediolanum himself – Silvio Berlusconi, talking to Ennio and explaining that he envies him for having stayed all his life with his wife Lina.

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Career, life and roles of Massimo Antonio Doris
The eldest son of Ennio Doris and Lina Tombolato, Massimo Antonio, graduated in Political Science at the State University of Milan and since 1996 he has been a member of the Board of Directors of Mediolanum. After a stint in London as Sales Assistant at UBS, Merrill Lynch and Credit Suisse Financial Product, in 1999 he began his career at Banca Mediolanum as a financial promoter.

In the following years he was marketing manager for the launch of the online Banking site and responsible for the formation of the Sales Network, and from 2003 to 2005 he held the role of Italian network manager of Banca Mediolanum, responsible for the Italian commercial network. Until 2008 was chief executive officer and general manager of Banco de Finanzas e Inversiones (now Banco Mediolanum SA), parent company of the Spanish financial conglomerate. In July of the same year, the appointment of chief executive officer and general manager of Banca Mediolanum arrived (this position as general manager, which he held until 30 April 2014).

From 2011 to 2016 he was a member of the Supervisory Board of Bankhaus August Lenz & Co. AG, a German subsidiary of Banca Mediolanum. From May 2009 until the merger by incorporation of Mediolanum SpA into Banca Mediolanum SpA (which took place on 30 December 2015) he was vice president of Mediolanum SpA From 2012 to 2014 he held the role of director of Banca Esperia and from April 2014 vice president of Assoreti . Furthermore, from 1 May 2016, director in charge of the Internal Control and Risk Management System of Banca Mediolanum.

For some years Massimo Antonio had replaced his father Ennio as the face of the bank’s commercials, thus sanctioning a handover also in the public imagination, who had always been accustomed to associating the face of Banca Mediolanum with the founder Ennio. Furthermore, a few days before his father’s death, his son Massimo had presented a short film made exclusively by director Ferzan zpetek titled The man who invented the future and visible on MediolanumPlay.

About Annalisa Sara Doris: career, life and roles

Annalisa Sara Doris the second child of Ennio and his wife Lina. From 28 September 2021 he has held the position of vice president of Banca Mediolanum and executive chairman of the board of directors of the Mediolanum Onlus Foundation (a position he has held since 2006). His daughter Sara also graduated in Political Science at the State University of Milan. He did the his entry into Mediolanum operating in various corporate structures, such as banking center, marketing and management control.

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In the following years, she became an intangible asset manager of the Mediolanum group – with the role of coordinating all corporate activities aimed at developing the company’s intangible assets and ensuring their internal and external communication. He made the social report of the group and supervised the activities of public relations, improvement groups, reading of Customer Satisfaction and development of the quality of working life.

From 1998 to 2001 and from 2004 to 2010 she was a member of the board of directors of PI Servizi SpA, then she held the position of director of Vacanze Italia SpA from 2005 to 2012. Also from March 2015 and up to the merger by incorporation of Mediolanum SpA into Banca Mediolanum SpA was director of Mediolanum SpA..


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