Sergio Balbinot

DEFINITION of 'Sergio Balbinot'

Sergio Balbinot is the co-CEO, along with Giovanni Perissinotto, of Assicurazioni Generali. It is an Italian insurance company and one of the largest insurance companies in Europe. Balbinot was born in 1958, and he took up the co-CEO post in 2002.

BREAKING DOWN 'Sergio Balbinot'

As co-CEO, Balbinot helped to improve corporate transparency. The Generali Group is a large insurance company and asset manager with a major presence in Europe, especially in Italy, Germany and France, which make up about three quarters of the company's premiums.

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