I think we're not that far away from the heir of Massimo taking over our club. Probably Massimo is waiting for the CL success, and then maybe couple more years, but deffinetly this moment is coming...
In December AngeloMario was given as much power in the club as the Massimos and Ghelfis have themselves. He was vice-president, but only now he became EXECUTIVE vice president, which means a lot of power.
They are the only ones in the power right now to sign contracts for example (thus far only Massimo and Ghelfi could do that).
So anyways here is Angelomario Moratti, 36 year old oldest son of Massimo Moratti:
If anyone had doubts over the passion for the collors of our future owner, I point them to the 2:45 of this video:
Angelomario Moratti alongside his father
MILAN - Angelomario Moratti, the son of Massimo Moratti, alongside his father at the head of Inter. The board of the club Inter appointed the son of the owner of Inter Executive Vice President, granted all the powers of ordinary and extraordinary administration already belonging to the father.
As explained source of the whole, the Board has decided to give one of two vice-presidents (the other is Rinaldo Ghelfi) the status and powers of executive vice president. A choice that has fallen on the largest of five children of Moratti and has the flavor of an actual appointment.
Among other Angelomario can exercise the most important powers of directors not only in another state (as in the case of incapacity of the father) but also jointly (that is an alternative to the father). The rest remains the same organization, with the confirmation of the managing director Ernesto Paolillo and the management committee, composed of the same Paolillo and the two vice-presidents.
The "promotion" of Angelomario was decided in the last Board of Governors of the Inter Club, which met on 3 December after the end of October that the House approved the budget.
...Massimo is the fourth son of Angelo Moratti, who was owner and president during Inter's golden age from 1955 to 1968. He has five children. It has long been Massimo's ambition to restore Inter to the heights they once knew under his father. He has won one UEFA Cup (1998), four Scudetti/Serie A (2006, 2007, 2008, 2009), two Coppa Italia (2005, 2006), and three Supercoppa Italiana (2005, 2006, 2008).
However, Inter has since clinched the 2006-07, 2007-08, and 2008-09 Serie A titles, with an impressive run of 17 consecutive victories, a record that stands among other top European league competitions.
Moratti has spent around €300 million in the transfer market, exceeded only by Roman Abramovich of Chelsea. There have been nine coaches under his ownership, the last coach being Roberto Mancini, who was fired from his post in late May 2008 after winning three consecutive domestic championships.  In July 1999, Moratti sanctioned a then world-record €48 million purchase of striker Christian Vieri and has since purchased numerous superstars, including Ronaldo, Maicon, Adriano, Hernán Crespo, Roberto Baggio, Zlatan Ibrahimović, Luís Figo, Patrick Vieira, Samuel Eto'o, Wesley Sneijder and Juan Sebastián Verón.
Morattis of the past: