"I certainly do not hide my presence, and have no reason to...I believe I'm doing a valuable service to Indian groups who are acquiring abroad and also European groups keen to set up a presence in India," he said in an interview from Milan. "I think this is something that should be welcomed." Especially in these "booming corporate" times. Massimo was born and brought up in Delhi and sees no reason not to leverage his unique experience into profit. "I have many corporate contacts and, more importantly, know the culture which is key to any cross-border negotiations." There is plenty of business since "corporate India is on an acquisitions overdrive" and is looking around in Europe with hungry eyes.
Massimo Quattrocchi, now 33, has clearly found his niche. His resume on the company's website shows an impressive collection of degrees and jobs, an MSc from the London School of Economics and a stint at the World Bank. It also lists his father as a "business development adviser" of ClubInvest, proudly declaring that Ottavio has sold "over $10 billion in engineering projects during his career" and been awarded a number of official recognitions, including that of 'Grande Ufficiale'.