Chiara Loreti

Principal

Education

Luigi Bocconi University (Italy)
Degree in Economics (cum laude)

Past Experience

Ernst & Young Financial Business Advisors
Business Analyst

Chiara is a Principal at Arthur D. Little in the Rome office and a member of our “Strategy & Organization” and “Energy & Utilities” global practices. She joined the firm in 2006.

Chiara has consolidated experience in projects in strategic and business planning, market analysis and corporate finance operations (sell-side/buy-side M&A, IPO, valuations, etc.) and organizational reengineering,

She has mainly worked with Energy & Utilities companies and acquired deep know-how in these industries (gas, electricity, water, waste).

Prior to joining Arthur D. Little, Chiara worked at Ernst & Young Financial Business Advisors as a Business Analyst for 2 years.

Chiara graduated in Economics from the Luigi Bocconi University in Milan.

Chiara is married, has one daughter and knows how to balance work and life in order to improve the quality of both.

Recent Publications

Planning strategic competences of the future
Different companies from different industries have been linking HR planning with corporate strategy, but how could HR become an enabler of success? While most often, HR planning is focused on workload management and the short term (or at least the medium term, according to the strategic planning horizon), over the next 5 to 10 years many relevant emerging trends could affect the business: technology switch, multi-channel sales, the customer of the future, industry convergence, open innovation.
Output-based regulation
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.

Chiara is a Principal at Arthur D. Little in the Rome office and a member of our “Strategy & Organization” and “Energy & Utilities” global practices. She joined the firm in 2006.

Chiara has consolidated experience in projects in strategic and business planning, market analysis and corporate finance operations (sell-side/buy-side M&A, IPO, valuations, etc.) and organizational reengineering,

She has mainly worked with Energy & Utilities companies and acquired deep know-how in these industries (gas, electricity, water, waste).

Prior to joining Arthur D. Little, Chiara worked at Ernst & Young Financial Business Advisors as a Business Analyst for 2 years.

Chiara graduated in Economics from the Luigi Bocconi University in Milan.

Chiara is married, has one daughter and knows how to balance work and life in order to improve the quality of both.

Recent Publications

Planning strategic competences of the future
Different companies from different industries have been linking HR planning with corporate strategy, but how could HR become an enabler of success? While most often, HR planning is focused on workload management and the short term (or at least the medium term, according to the strategic planning horizon), over the next 5 to 10 years many relevant emerging trends could affect the business: technology switch, multi-channel sales, the customer of the future, industry convergence, open innovation.
Output-based regulation
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.

More About Chiara
  • Luigi Bocconi University (Italy)
    Degree in Economics (cum laude)
  • Ernst & Young Financial Business Advisors
    Business Analyst