Nicola Bonucci is no stranger to the International Financial
Law Review. In fact, he contributed to our magazine in 1988,
Italian tycoon Carlo De Benedetti’s bitter
attempts to take control of Société
Générale de Belgique.
Three decades later, and IFLR’s current EMEA
reporter spoke with him about his time with the OECD, what the
future holds for the organisation and his own ambitions as he
begins a role with private practice at Paul Hastings.
What has been your greatest achievement so
Since I joined the OECD in 1993, I have been able to work my
way up the internal hierarchy. I began as a legal adviser and
am now legal director, as well as a coordinator for accession
of new member states.
I would say that there are two achievements which proved
most rewarding; raising standards internationally, and
welcoming new countries to the OECD, thus expanding...