– 1950, Agency Mercurius
The brothers Tom and Vittorio Ponzi establish the agency Mercurius in Corso Sempione a Milano.
– 1958, International Institute Ponzi
Vittorio Ponzi decide to start his own investigation agency: the International Institute Ponzi, working close to his brother Tom.
– 1987, Openning in Reggio Emilia
In 1987 Franco Ponzi opens the International Institute Ponzi in Reggio Emilia
– 1992, Center in Parma
Franco Ponzi in 1992 opens the Ponzi Investigations GP a Parma contuing collaboration with the father and paternal uncles.
– 1998, Born the Consortium of Ponzi Group
In 1998 Franco Ponzi takes over the activity of Uncle Ettore and found The Brothers Ponzi & C. Investigations in Milan. At the same time Franco Ponzi started the new agency in Modena that allowed the family to establish the Operators Consortium of Ponzi Investigations Group.
– 2005, Opens Bologna Center
The Ponzi group grows with the opening of the Bologna office in via Dei Mille.
– 2016, The Consortium still grows…
With the new office in Padua the Ponzi group reaches the milestone of six operating agencies throughout the country,and it is currently the only company in Italy of this size.READ ALL→
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FARETE 2017 – INTERVIEW WITH FRANCO PONZI
In this book, which brings some of the many resolved cases by Franco Ponzi in recent years, you will not read about legendary Sherlock Holmes, supported by the loyal Watson, or about scientific Gil Grissom and his science-fiction
C.S.I. team, because these ones are not fantasy stories of the writer or screenwriter, but there are the real stories. The stories in which the reality is often stranger than fiction, because of this, of course, any reference to events and true persons is coincidental.