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Chess visits the Italian Stock Exchange

A very first experience that left everyone amazed: the FIDE Skills Management Committee was guest of honor at the Milan Stock Exchange.

The new commission of FIDE, Skills Management Committee and its president Roberto Mogranzini were invited by the Milan stock exchange to hold a seminar during the TOL Expo, a three-day gathering dedicated to the improvement and innovation the world of trading.

Chess visits the Italian Stock Exchange

Mogranzini has competed along with other special guests, such as Raffaele Jerusalemi, CEO of the Italian Stock Exchange, Ennio Arlandi CEO Agrex and Mario Fabbri CEO of Directa; with them the child prodigy of international business Brian Pallas who’s only 29 years old and has already a 100 million dollars listed company and Alessandro Almonti- Vice President of the Italian Chapter of the International Association of Coaching.

The main theme of the seminar was the decision-making in business, with its problems of time management. That is to be obliged in a short time to do or not do something, to come out and attack or not, in a few moments assessing both the risks and the possibilities.

Chess visits the Italian Stock Exchange

What then have in common chess and finance? Time management, stress, clear mind ready to take key decisions with the coldness of a machine, but with the plus of humanity, the ability to find a creative way that can overturn the tables. Although chess, as well as finance, is strongly aided by modern computers up to that breaking point where the unique human genius finds its way to show up.

At the end of the seminar the CEO of the Italian Stock Exchange and the President of the Skills Management Committee faced each other in a surprising game that has amused the guests and those who were attending the seminar online.

Chess visits the Italian Stock Exchange

Chess visits the Italian Stock Exchange

Chess visits the Italian Stock Exchange

Chess visits the Italian Stock Exchange

Chess visits the Italian Stock Exchange

Chess visits the Italian Stock Exchange

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