Carmine Di Noia


Carmine Di Noia, 53, is currently Commissioner at the Italian Securities and Exchange Commission (CONSOB).

He is also alternate member of the Board of Supervisor at the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA), chair of the Committee of Economic and Markets Analysis (CEMA) at ESMA and vice chair of the Corporate Governance Committee at OECD.

Previously, Carmine Di Noia was Deputy Director General and Head of Capital Markets and Listed Companies at Assonime (the Association of the Italian Corporations), and he served for two tenures as a member of the Securities and Markets Stakeholders Group at (ESMA). He was also member of the board of directors of the Italian Stock Exchange (Borsa Italiana).

He was appointed in various expert groups at the European Commission, including ESME (European Securities Market Expert) Group, the Clearing and Settlement Advisory Monitoring Expert Group (CESAME), the Forum Group on Auditors Liability, the Securities Expert Group on Financial Services Action Plan. He was also member of the Consultative Working Group on Market Abuse at CESR (The Committee of European Securities Regulators).

He was chairman of the Policy Committee of EuropeanIssuers and member of the Legal Committee of EALIC (the European Association of Listed Companies). He was head of the technical secretariat of the Italian Corporate Governance Committee.

He was, until April 2001, the Head of the Market Information Office at Consob (the Italian Securities and Exchange Regulator). He joined Consob in 1995 at the Economics department.
He teaches Financial Market Law and Regulation at LUISS University in Rome.

He holds a Ph.D. in Economics at the University of Pennsylvania (USA) and a doctorate in Economic Theory at the University “Tor Vergata” of Roma, Italy.