Inter have officially announced the appointment of two new independents directors on the club’s official Board of Directors, Carlo Marchetti and Amadeo Carassai.

This is confirmed on the club’s official site, where the changes made in a recent meeting of the club Shareholders are outlined.

During the meeting, held via videoconference, the board approved changes to the Company Bylaws permitting the number of members and powers of the Board of Directors, aimed at allowing for the appointment of two new directors.

With this accomplished, the Shareholders then officially approved the appointment of Marchetti and Carassai as independent directors.

The duo’s appointment is a significant change in the decision-making structure at the club, as it is accompanied by the reduction of certain rights reserved to minority shareholders  and inserts the new directors into major roles at the club.

Marchetti and Carassai are thought to be representatives of the interests of Oaktree Capital, with the American fund seeking a more active role in decision-making at the Nerazzurri after giving a €275 million loan to the club in order to help meet financial obligations.