Andrea Guerra, who left as chief executive of Luxottica a few months ago with a package of severance fees and shares worth about €46 million, has accepted a proposal by Italian Premier Matteo Renzi to act as his strategic adviser for one year, with no compensation. Guerra will officially assume the office with a special government decree that has yet to be issued. The manager would take care of relations between the Premier and the managers of large Italian and foreign companies. According to the Italian press, Guerra has received employment proposals from Adidas, LVMH and Prada, among others.