General Affairs and Compliance Directorate
Since February 2018, Fabrizio Dalle Nogare has been the Director of General Affairs and Compliance at the Ugo Bordoni Foundation.
Born in Como on 12 July 1963, he is married with two children. He was awarded a Law degree with honours at the State University of Milan in 1988 and gained a Masters’ degree in “Higher European Legal Studies” in 1989 at the Collège d’Europe in Bruges (Belgium).
For more than twenty-five years, he has divided his time between Brussels and Rome, working in the field of electronic communication networks and services. He has held various posts in European Union institutions (the Commission and the Parliament) and in private companies. He possesses exhaustive knowledge, both qualitative and quantitative, of the electronic communications market and its players. He has extensive experience in public and private policy-making and investment strategies related to the electronic communications market.
From 2009 to 2017, he was the Director of the Supervisory Board (SB) on Equivalence of Access to the Telecom Italia Network (http://organodivigilanza.telecomitalia.it), an appointment approved by the Italian Authority for Communications. He served as chief editor of the acts and decisions of the SB, ensuring strict compliance with regulation and legislation. He oversaw the implementation of SB objectives and work programmes, as well as managing its annual budget. He coordinated and supervised the activities, administration and personnel policies. He represented the SB before regulatory, privacy and antitrust authorities and European institutions.
At Telecom Italia S.p.A., he held the positions of: Vice President for Public Affairs and Head of the Departments of “Regulation and Legislation” and “Relations with consumer associations” (2003-2009); Head of the “Competition” department tasked with analyzing the antitrust implications of commercial offers, monopolies and agreements (1999-2003); and Head of the Department of “Institutional Relations with the European Union” in Brussels (1992-1999).
From 1989 to 1992, he was a consultant to the European Commission, charged with the processing and legal review of EU directives on the safety of industrial goods and consumer protection.
He is currently a contract professor of International Trade Law at the University of Bologna. In the past, he has given lectures on the Regulatory Framework of Electronic Networks and Services and Consumer Law and Protection at the Faculty of Political Science of the University of Catania. He has numerous publications to his credit, in Italian and French, on consumer rights and protection, and on the regulation of electronic communication networks and services.
He is fluent in written and spoken French and English.