Constituent general assembly of the Cluster Yachting Monaco 2019

Constituent general assembly of the Cluster Yachting Monaco 2019

Date:
23rd October 2019

Cluster Yachting Monaco General Assembly 2019 :

The Cluster Yachting Monaco’s Annual General Meeting held Monday 30th September 2019 was an opportunity to take stock of the past 12 months and elect the new Board. Several changes were made to the association’s statutes to maintain momentum and ensure meetings run smoothly. The number of directors was increased to 15 (refer to Board of Directors below).

Thanks to the many professionals who put so much effort into the four Working Groups, the Cluster Yachting Monaco continues to develop with two main objectives in its sights: increase jobs and turnover to generate a combined revenue of 1 billion euros by 2020. It is an ambitious programme designed to affirm the positioning of Monaco as world capital of Yachting.

Board of Directors (15 permanent members)

Bernard d’Alessandri, General Secretary, Yacht Club de Monaco,
Michel Dotta, Chairman, MEB,
Axel Hoppenot, Marketing Director, SBM,
Anthony Buneta, Head of Yacht and Private Jet Financing Department, Société Générale,
Edouard Mousny, Partner, Gordon S. Blair,
Laurent Certaldi, Director, Catalano Shipping,
Gaëlle Tallarida, Managing Director, Monaco Yacht Show,
Olivier de Roffignac, Director, Pantaenius,
Espen Oeino, Chairman, Espen Oeino International,
Laurent Roussillon, Director, My Sea Ltd,
Gianbattista Borea d’Olmo, Managing Director, SEPM,
Arthur Bohr, Director, Monaco Marine,
Olivier Lachapelle, Managing Director, Ascoma Jutheau et Husson; represented by Nicolas Mior, Head of Yachting Department, Ascoma Jutheau et Husson
Paolo Bonaveri, Communication and Marketing Director, Silver Arrows Marine
Eric Bair, General Secretary of LYBRA

 

Mr Bernard d’Alessandri is reelected President for 2020, Edouard Mousny and Espen Oeino will represent the Presidency as joint Vice-Presidents of the Cluster Yachting Monaco. Laurent Certaldi remains Treasurer, and Gregory Benassi remains in charge of the General Secretariat.