Born in Viareggio in 1964, she graduated in law with honors at the University of Pisa in 1990 and then became lawyer. She devoted herself to the academic career, initially gaining a PhD in financial markets law at the University of Pisa in 1997, and then becoming researcher of economic law at the University of Bologna in 2005. She was an associate professor (from 2005 until 2011) and then full professor (since 2011) of economic law and regulation at the economics department of LUISS Guido Carli University of Rome, and in 2019 she became the director of a bachelor’s degree program in economics and management at the department of business and management. At the same LUISS University she currently teaches public economic law (since 2009) and financial markets and intermediaries law (since 2004), and co-teaches financial regulation and digital innovation (since 2018). She is the author of several scientific publications on national and international journals, where she deals with various aspects of economic law, such as the institutional and functional role of the European Central Bank, the definition of the various profiles of financial disputes, the analysis of alternative dispute resolution systems in the banking sector. Her research activity focuses on the relationships between the authorities of the Italian and international financial system, as well as the measures adopted at EU level concerning the transfer of responsibility for banking policy from the national to the EU level. She also acts as member of the advisory board of leading journals that deal with the aforesaid matters. She was a member of the Board of Directors of Fidi Toscana (from 2012 until 2014) and is currently an independent member of the Board of Directors and some of the related advisory committees of Generali Real Estate SGR (since 2016), Plenisfer Investments SGR and A.S. Roma (since 2020). She has been a member of Enel’s Board of Directors since May 2020.
Last update: March 3, 2021