Dr Maurizio Bragagni OBE is a Freeman of the City of London, industrialist, public servant and consultant involved in various socio-economic sectors in the UK and elsewhere globally. Dr Maurizio Bragagni OBE founded a charity to help the most disadvantaged people by giving them access to quality education and has a strong interest in politics, history and diplomacy, on which he writes and publishes. These interests have led him to work in industry, politics and public relations, holding various public and private positions in the UK and elsewhere.

Today, serving as Honorary Senior Visiting fellow at CASS Business School in London, Dr Maurizio Bragagni OBE is teaching sustainable development, family business, and history. He has won several national and international awards and prizes during his career.

Dr Maurizio Bragagni OBE’s motto, “Nihil difficile volenti” (nothing is impossible for those who want it), is based on a similar one by Cicero, and is intended to affirm that with willpower, obstacles are easily overcome, and difficulties are overcome.

“The idea is to make money … does not matter how, and I will buy new virginity after I am rich, has never worked. How you make money care. .. and care now…”
MB speech at Cass Business School Strategy

Insight to Hindsight - book - Maurizio Bragani


The Bayes Business School (formerly Cass) is one of the City, University of London’s five Schools. It’s among Europe’s leading business schools and in the global elite of business schools that hold the gold standard of ‘triple crown’ accreditation from AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS.


In his noble capacity of the Honorary Consul of the Republic of San Marino to the UK, appointed by the Republic of San Marino since November 2019, Dr Bragagni has been working diligently to:

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Prof Maurizio Bragagni Esq OBE is serving as Alternate Governor of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) representing the Republic of San Marino.



Trade advisory groups (TAGs) were established in July 2020 in order to meet the requirements of the Department for International Trade’s (DIT) trade negotiations.


Privileged to serve another term at the PEMA Board

I’m pleased and eager to begin another term as a Board Member of the Port Equipment Manufacturers Association (PEMA). Previously, I served as the Vice President of PEMA. The elections occurred during PEMA’s Annual General Meeting from April 9th to 11th, 2024 in Killarney, Ireland. The event took place near…

Celebrating good health and the joy of life!

In our journey through life, our health is of paramount importance. Whether we are dealing with day-to-day minor health problems or facing unexpected challenges, good health is our constant companion. It is the quiet strength that enables us to wake up each morning, greet the sun, and embrace the possibilities…

Attending the Dinner of St George’s Society Leadership Fellows

I was delighted to participate in the highly anticipated Leadership Fellows Dinner, taking place on Monday, 11th March 2024, at the prestigious Vicars’ Hall within Windsor Castle. This dinner served to me as a reminder of the importance of gatherings that inspire, challenge, and transform leadership in an ever-evolving world….

Supporting Our Military Veterans

As I join the British Veteran Owned (BVO), I do so with a profound sense of purpose and admiration for those who have served our country in the military. While I may not have worn the uniform, my commitment to supporting and honouring our veterans runs deep. The decision to…