Corporate structure

The AC Milan Group’s corporate governance system is structured around the following bodies:

  • Board of directors
  • Shareholders’ meeting
  • Board of statutory auditors
  • Supervisory board

The governance system also comprises the internal auditing and risk management system, the Code of Ethics, the Code of Conduct and the Organisation, Management and Control Model for the prevention of offences pursuant to Legislative Decree 231/01. The AC Milan Group uses an auditing firm for its accounting management needs.

An organisational chart of the governance and control bodies can be found on the official Club

Board of directors*
Silvio BERLUSCONI Honorary President
Adriano GALLIANI Executive Vice President Vicarious and CEO
Barbara BERLUSCONI Executive Vice President and CEO
Paolo BERLUSCONI Vice President
Leonardo BRIVIO Director responsible for Planning, Management Control and Internal Auditing
Pasquale CANNATELLI Director
Leandro CANTAMESSA Director
Giancarlo FOSCALE Director

* As at 30/06/2016

Organisational chart*
CORPORATE AREA Franco Baresi Brand Ambassador
Filippo Ferri  Director of Development and Infrastructure
Agata Frigerio Human Resources and Organisational Director
Jaap Kalma Director of Sponsorships and B2B
Marco Lomazzi Head of Stadium Development and Management
Michele Lorusso Head of Marketing and B2C Sales
Massimiliano Moncalieri Head of Purchasing, Logistics and Facilities
Stefano Storti Director of Milan Media House
Mauro Tavola Head of Sponsorships and Sales
Elisabetta Ubertini Managing Director of Operations and Special Projects
Massimo Zennaro Director of Institutional Communications and External Relations
Angela Zucca Chief Financial Officer
Chiara Moi Compliance Officer
FOOTBALL AREA Mauro Bianchessi  Head of Grassroots and Youth Academy Scouting
Antonella Costa Head of Academy Organisation Coordination
Filippo Galli Head of Youth Academy Competition
Vittorio Mentana Team Manager
Giuseppe Sapienza Head of Football Communications
Daniele Tognaccini Milan Lab Head of Football

* As at 30/06/2016

The AC Milan Group’s Internal Auditing System has the objective of running the company via the identification, evaluation, monitoring, measuring and management of all corporate risks. The aim is to ensure compliance with all relevant laws and regulations relating to accountancy (Civil Code, Accounting Principles), as per Legislative Decree 231/2001 (on the administrative responsibility of legal persons), Legislative Decree 81/2008 (on well-being and safety in the workplace), Legislative Decree 196/2003 (on data protection) and all regulations established by national and international sporting institutions (FIGC, UEFA and FIFA).

Organisational model for the prevention of crimes

Over the course of 2015, all of the companies in the AC Milan Group have issued an update to their crime-prevention models. No significant violations to the Management, Organisation and Control Model, internal regulations or Code of Ethics were reported. Similarly, no instances of corruption involving employees of the Group were reported.

There were no significant monetary sanctions for non-compliance to environmental laws or regulations. Over the course of the 2015/2016 season, Lega Serie A fined AC Milan a total of €31,000 across four separate occasions: three matches at home and one away. Two of these disciplinary sanctions were levied due to spectators violating Lega regulations, while the other two infractions relate to minor delays the Club experienced in starting matches.

The AC Milan group actively participates in the development of the systems and infrastructures within football, with representatives taking part in events at institutional headquarters and workshops held by the foremost football governance bodies, both nationally and internationally:


  • FIGC and the Lega Nazionale Professionisti Serie A
  • Adriano Galliani, Executive Vice President Vicarious and CEO of AC Milan, is the Vice President of the Lega Nazionale Professionisti Serie A


  • FIFA
  • UEFA
  • ECA: the only independent body representing European football clubs.

Eight Italian clubs are members of the ECA: AC Milan, FC Internazionale Milano, Juventus FC and SSC Napoli are ordinary members; AS Roma, ACF Fiorentina, Udinese Calcio and UC Sampdoria are associate members.