English is widely spoken, especially in sectors like banking and insurance. So if you’re applying for an English-speaking position, then an English CV will definitely be expected.

It’s particularly important in Italy to put your date of birth at the top of your CV and previous jobs must be listed before education because your professional experience counts the most in reverse chronological order, listing the most recent first.
Generally it’s optional to include a cover letter with your application, but including one is recommended to underpin why you are the right choice for the role.
Although Italian employers are not very fussy about references, it’s advisable to include two named referees, with their contact details.
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