Monetary Policy, Finance, Regulation, Technology, Financial Stability
I am a doctoral candidate in the Finance Department at Frankfurt School of Finance & Management. I use modern applied econometric methods to understand the effects and consequences of monetary policy, financial regulation and new technologies on the banking sector and other macro-financial stability issues. I am focused on producing policy-relevant studies.
I actually conduct my research in the European Central Bank, where I have been working since 2016. There I acquired experience in different fields such as Monetary Policy as well as Banking Supervision (Crisis Management, Market Risk & Valuation Inspections and Quantitative Risk Analysis in the context of Market Risk Stress Testing). I have recently joined the Banking IT Risk Inspections team, where I will be working on IT, cyber and digital security topics.
I have obtained the 2018 Best Paper Award by the European Capital Markets Institute and the 2018 Young Economist Best Academic Paper Award, by the Unicredit Foundation.