The Board of Directors, appointed by the Shareholders’ Meeting of June 28, 2022 and subsequently supplemented with Shareholders’ Meeting resolution of November 2, 2022, has a mandate of three financial years, i.e. until the approval of the financial statements at December 31, 2024.


Gianmarco Lanza – Chairperson of the Board of Directors and Chief Executive Officer

Gianmarco Lanza graduated from the ISISS Valle Seriana Technical Institute and then joined the family business, undertaking its management and control at the age of 23. He has directly contributed to every phase of FAE Technology’s growth, beginning from an entity generating Euro 2.5 million of revenue and with 25 employees.  He in particular managed its growth in size up to the current level, the expansion of corporate know-how and of the services provided to the market, alongside the positioning in terms of the brand and the perceived value.


Angelo Facchinetti – Director

Angelo Facchinetti graduated from the University of Brescia in Economics and Business with a legal focus, earning also a Certification in Advanced Strategic Management from the IMD Business School in Lausanne, Switzerland, as well as an Executive MBA from the USI – Università della Svizzera Italiana in Lugano, Switzerland. During the course of his career Facchinetti has served as a Director and Chief Executive Officer of leading corporations.

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Cristina Mollis – Independent Director

Cristina Mollis as an entrepreneur has always held a deep passion for the digital sphere. After graduating in economics from the LIUC University of Castellanza, she undertook a Masters at the SDA Bocconi. Following a period as a consultant at Valdani Vicari & Associates, she joined Value Partners Group and after a short time was appointed Vice President of Value Team. In 2008, she founded NuvO’ which she led until 2015, the year in which the company was sold to H-Farm, becoming Head of Industry for H-Farm.  In 2019, she took on the CEO role at Coin S.p.A. and at the end of 2019 founded the company The Okapi Srl – Benefit Company. April 2021 saw the launch of The Okapi Network company’s first brand, R5®Living, dedicated to low-impact home and personal care.

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Thomas Avolio –Director

He holds a degree in Business Economics – Finance from the University of Genoa and a Master’s degree in Banks, Markets and Finance from Carlo Cattaneo LIUC University. He is Senior Analyst at Redfish Kapital, a leading domestic capital markets player supporting small and medium-sized Italian companies, offering both investment banking and financial advisory services to SMEs and structured investment products to channel private investment into the country’s real economy.

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Massimo Bondioni – Director

Graduating in law from the University of Pavia in 1986 with honors and enrolled in the Brescia Bar Association since 1990 and before the Superior Magistrates’ Courts since 2012, he has gained many years of experience in providing ongoing advice to major corporate groups, in corporate transactions and M&A’s; in Real Estate and in the major retail sector. He has more than a decade of experience in arbitration, bankruptcy litigation and banking as a trusted attorney for leading lending institutions, also editing articles and case law commentaries. He holds the position of Director and has been a member of Boards of Statutory Auditors, serving as a trustee to protect the generational transition within corporate Groups.

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The Board of Statutory Auditors, appointed by the Shareholders’ Meeting of June 28, 2022, has a mandate of three financial years, i.e. until the approval of the financial statements at December 31, 2024.


The legally-required audit was awarded to RSM Società di Revisione e Organizzazione Contabile S.p.A., with headquarters in Milan, via Meravigli 7, until the date of the Shareholders’ Meeting called to approve the financial statements at December 31, 2024.

Fae Technology provides the opportunity for employees, partners, suppliers and stakeholders in general (such as shareholders, persons with administrative, management, control, supervisory or representative functions) to report relevant unlawful conduct as per Legislative Decree No. 231/2001, offenses that fall within the scope of European Union or domestic acts relating to the sectors identified by Legislative Decree No. 24/2023 or violations of company procedures through a dedicated platform that guarantees the confidentiality of the identity of the reporter.

The objective of adopting this tool is to prevent the emergence of non-compliance or irregularities within the organization, but also to involve all stakeholders and the public, in general, in an activity to combat illegality, through active and responsible participation.


Click on the button at the bottom of the page to access the reporting platform. Reports are received by an internal whistleblowing committee, which undertakes to handle them confidentially and not to disclose the identity of the whistleblower without the reporter’s consent, in accordance with the applicable regulatory provisions. Any personal data that may be present is processed in accordance with current Privacy regulations.

Why report

Employees or others are in a position to know about non-compliance or irregularities that the company fails to identify in a timely manner. Therefore, it is important for the company to have the opportunity to check and possibly correct these anomalies. Responsible reporting, made in good faith and in the interest of the common good, can enable the company to intercept in time, remedy and prevent illegitimate behavior and irregular actions of corruption, fraud or other non-compliance that are of harm to the company and possibly third parties.

Protections And Responsibilities Of Those Involved

The report must be made in good faith circumstantiated and detailed. In any case, the information will be treated confidentially. The bona fide whistleblower is also protected from possible retaliation, as per current regulations.

During the verification and ascertaining of possible non-compliance, the individuals who are the subject of the reports may be involved in or notified of this activity, but in no case will proceedings be initiated solely in view of the report in the absence of concrete findings regarding the content of the report.

It is the responsibility of the reporter (whistleblower) to make reports in good faith and in accordance with the spirit of this procedure.  Reports that are manifestly unfounded, opportunistic, and/or made for the sole purpose of harming the reported person or subjects otherwise affected by the report will not be taken into consideration and will be subject to disciplinary sanctions and/or prosecution.

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