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July 1st

Triennale di Milano - Teatro dell’Arte

Viale Emilio Alemagna 6, Milano

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Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana

Founded in 1958, Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana is a non-profit Association with head offices in Milan. It represents 130 Italian fashion companies, it coordinates, safeguards and promotes the identity and excellence of Italian fashion. It serves as reference point for initiatives aimed to raising awareness, spreading and valorizing fashion in Italy and abroad. Milano Moda Donna and Milano Moda Uomo are annual events featuring an endless amount of fashion shows. In addition to highly acclaimed designers, these happenings attract lively new talents and offerings yearly.

On 3 February 2003 the Prefecture of Milan granted the Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana legal status. In 2004, the Region of Lombardy also conceded the organization the right to operate as a training Institution. Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana plays an important role in international fashion events through sealed alliances with Paris, London and New York. It is a source of inspiration for international fashion weeks hosted in San Paolo, Tokyo and Shanghai.

A major change in the life of Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana has been represented during  the ordinary CNMI members meeting on 17 April 2013 thanks to the innovations related to the direct involvement of the key players of the fashion world, to the new governance that foresees the presence of prominent business figures and to the change of the Status of Association with the aim to allow the addition of a Managing Director.

Today Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana has the institutional leadership in the representation of Italian fashion and plays a major role in giving institutional cohesion and consistency. The new mission of the CNMI, with more available resources, will be to:

  • Strengthen the leadership of the CNMI as the reference Institution for the Italian fashion
  • Promote the central role of Milan and respond to the challenge of the major fashion weeks (New York, London and Paris)
  • Being the functional interlocutor of the fashion world toward government, regional, and  cities institutions


Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana is an asset shared among its members, who represent the core value of business associations.

The credibility and authority recognized to the brand, to the institutional status and to the organization of CNMI are the unique intangible values ​​of its image.

Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Bank of America is one of the world's leading financial institutions, serving individual consumers, small- and middle-market businesses, large corporations and governments with a full range of financial and risk management products and services. The company serves clients through operations in more than 40 countries globally. Bank of America Merrill Lynch is the marketing name for the global banking and markets businesses, offering an integrated and comprehensive set of products and services across Global Corporate and Investment Banking and Global Markets and serving the needs of corporate, institutional and government clients, combining the best of local knowledge and global expertise. The company is a long-established participant in EMEA with a presence since 1922.

Active in Italy since the 1960s, Bank of America Merrill Lynch has grown to offer a wide range of Investment Banking and Corporate Banking activities in the region, providing strategic advice as well as debt and equity products, financing, risk management, capital raising services and innovative financial solutions for a broad range of Italian corporates and financial institutions.

In recent years, Bank of America Merrill Lynch has continued to be involved as a leading financial advisor, equity and debt underwriter and lender, and has been involved in several of the most important Italian Corporate and FIG transactions. In M&A, the Bank has played a pivotal role in the combination of Fiat and Chrysler, the reorganisation of Enel / Endesa portfolio of Latam assets, the merger of Credito Bergamasco into Banco Popolare, the sale of Poltrona Frau to Haworth, the JV between Snam and Fluxys, Dufry acquisition of Nuance, the sale of Industries Sportswear to Emerisque Brands. In Equity, the Bank has lead the IPO of  Moncler, the IPO of Brunello Cucinelli, Fondo Strategico sale of the stake in Generali, Monte Paschi and Banco Popolare rights issues. While maintaining its role as leading bank in advising Italian issuers in accessing the US public and private capital markets, the Bank has established itself also as one of the most active and respected players in the European capital markets. Significant transactions where the Bank had a leading role include Enel’s global hybrid capital programme and 2i Rete Gas’ €2.5bn refinancing and debut debt issuance; several Eurobond issues such as those for Fiat SpA, FGA Capital, Snam, Piaggio, Finmeccanica, Telecom Italia; US private placements for Autogrill, IMA, Barilla, De’ Longhi; acquisition financings for Fontana, Ali, Campari. The bank also has an outstanding global treasury platform and works, among others, with prominent Italian fashion houses. In the financial institutions sector, thanks to its unrivalled track record and leadership position, the Bank can be considered as the leading house for Peripheral issuers across the Capital Structure, having participated in all recent subordinated and funding transactions for major Italian counterparties such as UniCredit, Intesa Sanpaolo, Banco Popolare and Monte dei Paschi di Siena.