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ATR Names Andrea Coccetti as New SVP of Finance and Chief Financial Officer

ATR has appointed Andrea Coccetti as the company’s new Senior Vice President of Finance and Chief Financial Officer.  He succeeds Antonio Di Gennaro, who has taken on a new management role with Leonardo Helicopters.

ATR's New SVP Finance and Chief Financial Officer, Antonio Coccetti - Courtesy ATR

On Friday (May 17, 2024), ATR announced the appointment of Andrea Coccetti as the company’s new Senior Vice President of Finance and Chief Financial Officer.  Mr. Coccetti succeeds Antonio di Gennaro who has joined the management team at Leonardo Helicopters.  In his new role, Andrea Coccetti joins ATR’s top management team and will report directly to the company’s CEO, Nathalie Tarnaud Laude.  As ATR’s new CFO, Coccetti will play a key role in shaping the company’s financial strategies, while contributing to the manufacturer’s continuous innovation and development initiatives.

In Friday’s announcement, ATR’s Chief Executive Officer, Nathalie Tarnaud Laude, said,

“We are delighted to welcome Andrea to the ATR executive team.  As our new CFO, he will be instrumental in supporting our long-term growth and continuous innovation efforts.  His extensive financial expertise and strategic mindset will be invaluable in contributing to our overarching vision of accelerating sustainable connections worldwide.”

Andrea Coccetti brings 20 years of experience to ATR, having held key financial leadership roles at Leonardo, including serving as CFO for the company’s Cyber and Security Solutions Division.  Mr. Coccetti started his career with Fantuzzi Reggiane, a large material handling equipment manufacturer with operations in Italy, Germany and China.  He holds a Master of Science degree in Economics from the University of Parma, Italy, and also attended an Executive Leadership Program at the Imperial College London.

ATR is the world’s number one regional aircraft manufacturer and their ATR 42 and 72 aircraft are the best-selling aircraft in the under 90-seat market segment.  The company’s turboprop aircraft represent the optimal and most sustainable choice for regional deployment at the lowest operating costs, and offer the ability to serve isolated communities living near challenging airfields.  Thanks to the versatility and efficiency of ATR’s turboprop aircraft, they have been able to open an average of 130+ new routes annually, while delivering a 45 percent reduction in fuel burn and CO2 emissions versus regional jets.  ATR aircraft have been selected by around 200 companies in 100 countries worldwide. The company is a joint venture between Airbus and Leonardo.


Source: ATR


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