In the final rush for the new heads of INPS and Inail there are now two names accredited in view of today's decision by the Council of Ministers. In these hours, in fact, the deadline for making the appointments to lead the two entities expires, set by the decree law which led to the commissioning. In the case of INPS, the government's choice should fall on Gabriele Fava, while for Inail the preference would go to the name of Stefano Cervone. In recent weeks there has been a succession of rumors about the possible candidates to replace Pasquale Tridico as head of the National Institute of Social Security and Franco Bettoni as head of the National Institute for Insurance against Accidents at Work, it is no coincidence that the executive has taken time until the last day for the decision witnessing the tiring work within the majority for an agreement on the profiles to be indicated.
The two profiles
A picture that in the last few hours seems to have been defined by opting for the INPS on Gabriele Fava, a Milanese labor lawyer whose curriculum vitae includes, among others, the position of member of the ethical guidance council of Confindustria, of member of the industrial relations group of Confindustria, as extraordinary commissioner for Alitalia, and until a few days ago as a member of the Presidency council of the Court of Auditors. Fava's name brought both the Minister of Labor, Marina Calderone, and the Minister of Economy, Giancarlo Giorgetti to agreement, thus certifying an agreement between the Brothers of Italy and the League on the new INPS guide. In the case of Inail, the government's option would converge on Cervone, an accountant and auditor, born in Rome, where he worked for a long time at Bnl and then as general manager of Sorgente Sgr and later of Sorgente Group, working closely with the founder Valter Mainetti and leaving the group before the receivership by Bank of Italy. In recent years, Cervone has held the position of managing director of Next Re SIIQ, an investment company listed on the stock exchange and owned by Dea Capital and the accountants' pension fund. The Minister of Agriculture, Francesco Lollobrigida, would also advocate Cervone's appointment.