Anna Maria Torlonia and Giulio Borghese had four children: two boys, Giovanni and Carlo. Of the two, the most important character and more similar to grandfather Alessandro, due to his financial skills and spirit of initiative, was undoubtedly Giovanni Torlonia, third prince of Fucino. The reclamation of the Fucino had in fact considerably increased the value of the family’s land heritage. The prince was appointed senator of the Kingdom in 1920. To support the economic activities increased by the reclamation, Don Giovanni founded the Banca del Fucino in 1923 and joined the bank’s board of directors. During the fascism, Giovanni Torlonia was well-supported in Italy and held important financial positions. President of the Reclamation Consortium of Porto and Maccarese, and minister in 1937.