Elena Carletti is Professor of Finance at Bocconi University. Before that she was Professor of Economics at the European University Institute, where she held a joint chair in the Economics Department and the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies. She is also Research Fellow at CEPR, Extramural fellow at TILEC, Fellow at the Center for Financial Studies, at CESifo, at IGIER and at the Wharton Financial Institutions Center. She is also a member of the Scientific Committee of Confindustria, a member of the Advisory Scientific Committee of the European Systemic Risk Board. Her main research areas are Financial Intermediation, Financial Crises and Regulation, Competition Policy, and Corporate Governance, and has published numerous articles in leading academic journals, and has coedited various books. She participates regularly in policy debates and roundtables at central banks and international organizations and has also organized numerous academic and policy-oriented events. She has worked as consultant for the OECD and the World Bank, and she has served in the review panel of the Irish Central Bank and of the Riskbank. She has also been a board member of the Financial Intermediation Research Society and a review panel member for the creation of Financial Market Centres in Stockholm.Email: email@example.com
Stefano Cappiello has been working in various national and international institutions as policy maker, regulator, and supervisor: from 2015 to 2018 he was Head of Unit at the Single Resolution Board, responsible for resolution plans and crisis management of Greek, Cypriot and two Global Systemically Important Banks, and member of the Financial Stability Board (FSB) Cross-border Crisis Management Group. Previously he worked for four years at the European Banking Authority (EBA) as Head of Unit for the recovery and resolution areas, also responsible for the interplay with the FSB on these topics, and from 2008 to 2011 at the Italian Ministry of Economy and Finances as senior adviser for financial regulatory policies, on European and national extraordinary crisis measures. From 1999 to 2008 he has been at the Bank of Italy, first as senior researcher at the Law and Economics Research Unit – involved inter alia in the Italian reforms of corporate and bankruptcy laws, and the OECD Corporate Governance Principles – and then as senior officer at the Supervisory Regulation and Policies Department, covering acquisitions of qualified holdings and control in banks, banking corporate governance, own funds.
His academic activity and publications focus on economic analysis of corporate, banking and financial law, and he is qualified as associate professor of “Diritto dell’Economia”, and of “Diritto Commerciale” in Italy; Master of Laws at the University of Chicago; PhD at the University of Viterbo; Global Fellow at the NYU Law School.
Massimiliano Marcellino is professor of Econometrics in the Economics Department of Bocconi University, fellow of CEPR and IGIER, Scientific Advisor at the Florence School of Banking and Finance and Part-time Professor at the EUI, where previously he held the Pierre Werner Chair on the Economic and Monetary Union and was also Director of the Department of Economics. He has published over ninety academic articles in leading international journals on forecasting, econometrics, and empirical macroeconomics, his main areas of research and teaching. He has worked as a consultant for a number of central banks and international organizations, including the European Central Bank, Bundesbank, Bank of Italy, Swiss National Bank, Eurostat, European Commission, International Monetary Fund and Inter American Development Bank. He is currently an editor of the Journal of Forecasting and the coordinator of the European Forecasting Network.Email: Massimiliano.Marcellino@eui.eu