Brembo has appointed former Nissan executive Daniele Schillaci as its new CEO following the resignation of now former Brembo CEO Abbati Marescotti, who left his role to “pursue new professional projects and activities”.
Effective July 1, Schillaci will report to Executive Vice Chairman Matteo Tiraboschi and has 25 years experience in the automotive sector.
Tiraboschi said: “Daniele Schillaci is a top level executive with a solid global experience and a deep understanding of the automotive markets combined with a specific and wide knowledge in terms of autonomous driving, electrification and connectivity. Daniele brings to the company the added value of a strong strategic vision and of a leadership acquired in a truly global context, which are both crucial elements for leading Brembo’s development in the following years.”
“I wish to welcome Daniele Schillaci, an Italian manager coming back to Italy with pride and passion after spending 20 years abroad and from which we expect a strong contribution to the future development of the company. A strengthening to be sustained by both organic growth and external lines, identifying new opportunities in expanding markets and in business areas that are synergic with the ones manned by Brembo,” said Chairman, Alberto Bombassei.