Gaetano Stammati

Gaetano Stammati (4 October 1908 – 11 February 2002) was an Italian politician, lecturer, public executive and banker.

Gaetano Stammati

During his career, Stammati has been general manager at the Ministry of the Treasury, board member of IRI, General Accountant of the State, President of the Italian Commercial Bank, Professor of economic policy at the Statistics Faculty of the Sapienza University of Rome and several times Minister in the 70s.

BiographyEdit

Stammati was born in Naples in 1908 and graduated in law in 1930.

After a life spent in public administration, in 1976 he was appointed as Minister of Finance in Aldo Moro's government and was elected Senator as independent among the ranks of the Minister in the Italian general elections. He served as Minister of Treasury from 1976 to 1978, Minister of Public works (1978–1979) and Minister of International Trade (1979) in Giulio Andreotti's third, fourth and fifth governments. He was reelected in 1979 Italian general election as senator, but in 1981 was involved in Propaganda Due scandal and retired from politics.[1]

Stammati died in Rome 11 February 2002 when he was 93 years old.[2]

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Political offices
Preceded by
Bruno Visentini
Italian Minister of Finance
12 February 1976 – 29 July 1976
Succeeded by
Filippo Maria Pandolfi
Preceded by
Emilio Colombo
Italian Minister of Treasury
29 July 1976 – 11 March 1978
Succeeded by
Filippo Maria Pandolfi
Preceded by
Rinaldo Ossola
Italian Minister of Public Works
11 March 1978 – 20 March 1979
Succeeded by
Francesco Compagna
Preceded by
Antonino Pietro Gullotti
Italian Minister of International Trade
20 March 1979 – 4 August 1979
Succeeded by
Antonio Bisaglia