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Saverio Caldani

Managing Partner

Head of Arthur D. Little Italy & Spain

About Saverio

Saverio is a Managing Partner at Arthur D. Little, heading our offices in Italy and Spain. He is based in the Rome office.

Since joining Arthur D. Little in 1989, Saverio has gained good knowledge in the Italian consulting and Energy & Utilities industries, serving large companies in the processes of shared services, reengineering, designing and implementing financial systems, and conducting profitability analysis.

Prior to joining Arthur D. Little, Saverio was a Partner of Ernst & Young, responsible for the Chemicals and Energy & Utilities Industries.

Earlier, he worked at Arthur Andersen, acquiring deep experience in the Energy & Utilities market.

Saverio holds a Master’s degree in Management and Business Administration from the University La Sapienza in Rome, and is a Chartered Accountant. He speaks English fluently and has good knowledge of Spanish.

Saverio is happily married and has three beautiful daughters.

Education

University La Sapienza, Rome
Master’s Degree in Management and Business Administration

Past Experience

Ernst & Young
Partner
Arthur Andersen
Partner

Insights

Digital energy
Saverio Caldani
Leading businesses through the COVID-19 crisis
Rick Eagar, Tom Teixeira, Dr. Karim Taga, Saverio Caldani
Leading businesses through the COVID-19 crisis First learnings from Asia and Italy
The evolution of the street lighting market
Saverio Caldani
Output-based regulation
Saverio Caldani, Chiara Loreti
The regulatory environment in Europe is pushing network utilities to face new challenges that will heavily impact their operations. Regulators all over Europe are watching the tariff mechanism introduced in Great Britain, named RIIO, which is based on incentives, with interest. Many have plans to introduce similar outputbased methodologies already under way.
Italian gas distribution tenders
Saverio Caldani
The Italian gas distribution sector is expected to face a new tender season in the short to medium term. All the concessions in the country have been bundled together in order to create ATEMs, concessions larger than the average DSO size. Each ATEM will be awarded after a tendering process. Utilities as well as infrastructure funds thus have a window of opportunity to invest in the Italian market, which is undergoing a consolidation process.

Saverio Caldani

Managing Partner

Head of Arthur D. Little Italy & Spain

Italy

Contact & Follow

About Saverio

Saverio is a Managing Partner at Arthur D. Little, heading our offices in Italy and Spain. He is based in the Rome office.

Since joining Arthur D. Little in 1989, Saverio has gained good knowledge in the Italian consulting and Energy & Utilities industries, serving large companies in the processes of shared services, reengineering, designing and implementing financial systems, and conducting profitability analysis.

Prior to joining Arthur D. Little, Saverio was a Partner of Ernst & Young, responsible for the Chemicals and Energy & Utilities Industries.

Earlier, he worked at Arthur Andersen, acquiring deep experience in the Energy & Utilities market.

Saverio holds a Master’s degree in Management and Business Administration from the University La Sapienza in Rome, and is a Chartered Accountant. He speaks English fluently and has good knowledge of Spanish.

Saverio is happily married and has three beautiful daughters.

Education

University La Sapienza, Rome
Master’s Degree in Management and Business Administration

Past Experience

Ernst & Young
Partner
Arthur Andersen
Partner

Insights

Digital energy
Saverio Caldani
Leading businesses through the COVID-19 crisis
Rick Eagar, Tom Teixeira, Dr. Karim Taga, Saverio Caldani
Leading businesses through the COVID-19 crisis First learnings from Asia and Italy
The evolution of the street lighting market
Saverio Caldani
Output-based regulation
Saverio Caldani, Chiara Loreti
The regulatory environment in Europe is pushing network utilities to face new challenges that will heavily impact their operations. Regulators all over Europe are watching the tariff mechanism introduced in Great Britain, named RIIO, which is based on incentives, with interest. Many have plans to introduce similar outputbased methodologies already under way.
Italian gas distribution tenders
Saverio Caldani
The Italian gas distribution sector is expected to face a new tender season in the short to medium term. All the concessions in the country have been bundled together in order to create ATEMs, concessions larger than the average DSO size. Each ATEM will be awarded after a tendering process. Utilities as well as infrastructure funds thus have a window of opportunity to invest in the Italian market, which is undergoing a consolidation process.