Enzo de Laurentiis

Chief Procurement Officer // Worldbank

SESSION 2: Key Factors in the supply chain & new contractual arrangements to meet the challenges

Enzo de Laurentiis is the World Bank’s Chief Procurement Officer, in the Operations Policy and Country Services Vice-Presidency.  Previously, he served as Manager of the Procurement Policy Unit in the same Vice-Presidency, as a Practice Manager in the Governance Global Practice, and as the Regional Procurement Manager for the East Asia and Pacific and the Latin America and Caribbean Regions of the World Bank.

Prior to joining the World Bank as Procurement Specialist in 1998, Mr. de Laurentiis was Projects Director and later Vice President of an international consulting firm providing advisory services on procurement to Multilateral Development Banks, countries and the private sector.

Mr. de Laurentiis has been a member of the adjunct faculty at American University Washington College of Law in Washington, D.C., from 1992 to 2004, teaching international contracts and international procurement law.  He has also prior legal and international banking experience.

Mr. de Laurentiis holds a law degree (Dottore in Giurisprudenza) from the University of Trieste in Italy and a Masters of Laws (LL.M.) in International Legal Studies from American University Washington College of Law.

Carmine Di Noia

Directorate for Financial and Enterprise Affairs // OECD

SESSION 1: Infrastructural Plans at the heart of stretegies for relaunching the world

Carmine Di Noia was appointed Director of the OECD’s Directorate for Financial and Enterprise Affairs in February 2022, where he leads the OECD’s standard setting and policy work on corporate governance, anti-corruption, responsible business conduct, competition, financial education and consumer protection, capital and financial markets, investment, pensions, insurance, public debt management, and blockchain.

He brings over 30 years of experience in the area of Financial Markets and Enterprise Affairs. Prior to his appointment, Dr Di Noia was Commissioner for the Italian Securities and Exchange Commission (CONSOB) and Deputy Director General at ASSONIME (the Association of Italian Corporations).

An Italian national, he holds a Doctorate Degree in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania and a Doctorate Degree in Economic Theory and Institutions from the Università di Roma Tor Vergata. He is also a full Professor of Financial Markets and Banking, at the Business School of Luiss University, in Rome.

Mathias Fabich

Country Manager // PNC Norge, PORR Group

SESSION 2: Key Factors in the supply chain & new contractual arrangements to meet the challenges

Mathias Fabich is a construction professional with 20 years of experience at the PORR company in Vienna. With over 20,000 staff and production output of around EUR 5.7 bn (2021), the PORR Group is one of Austria’s largest construction companies and a leading player in Europe. Mathias is currently representing the PORR group in Norway as country manager.

Mathias holds a master degree in Civil Engineering from the Vienna Technical University and a master degree in Construction Law and Dispute Resolution from the King’s College London.

Chairing the Working Group Contract Conditions at EIC (European International Contractors) is keeping him up to date with the latest developments in construction contract and procurement issues.

Vincent Leloup

Chairman of the FIDIC Contracts Committee, Founder & Managing Partner // Exequatur

SESSION 2: Key Factors in the supply chain & new contractual arrangements to meet the challenges

Vincent Leloup (FCIArb, FDBF, DRBF, MSc.) is the Chairman of the FIDIC Contracts Committee, a FIDIC Certified Trainer and Adjudicator, member of the FIDIC President’s List of Adjudicators. He delivers training, consulting and dispute resolution services worldwide for the construction industry.

Professional engineer by trade (MSc Water Management, MSc Agronomy, EUR ING), with legal qualifications (MSc Construction Law and Dispute Resolution, King’s College, London), he comes from a contractor then consulting engineering background with 25 years of experience on international building and infrastructure projects (water and wastewater, ports, roads) across Asia, Africa, Europe and Central America in 40+ countries. Beside training on FIDIC forms of contracts for which he holds a leading international first-hand command and knowledge, Vincent acts as a consultant in procurement strategy, contract drafting, negotiation and management assignments, and regularly serves as dispute board member on projects across the world, as well as in arbitration proceedings (arbitrator, expert witness).

Vincent is a co-drafter of the FIDIC 2017 Suite of Agreements, and is the principal drafter of the FIDIC 2021 Green Book. He is the founder and Director of Studies of the Postgraduate Diploma International Construction Contracts (I2C) at Paris Pantheon-Assas University.