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Dipartimento di Economia
Sito web struttura: http://www.unive.it/dip.economia
Centro Interdipartimentale "Scuola Interdipartimentale in Economia, Lingue e Imprenditorialità per gli Scambi Internazionali"
Sito web struttura: http://www.unive.it/selisi
Sede: Treviso - Palazzo San Paolo
Andrea Minto holds a Professorship in Law and Finance at Utrecht University School of Law and Utrecht School of Economics (USE). Besides, he works as Senior Policy Adviser and researcher at the Deutsche Bundesbank Eurosystem - DG Financial Stability.
His domain of expertise
extends to Economic Law, Competition Law, European and Comparative Financial Regulation, Company and
Business Law, Banking Law. He is a
member of various research groups on corporate governance, such as the European
Corporate Governance Institute (ECGI – Brussels), the Virtus Global Centre for Corporate
Governance - Department of International Economics, Ukrainian Academy of
Banking of the National Bank of Ukraine, and the Danish research project “Regulating
Financial Business and Services” at Syddansk Universitet – Denmark. He has extensive experience in policy-making, and he has working experience with many central banks and international organisations worldwide (e.g. Austrian Central Bank, German Central Bank, European Banking Authority, Bank for International Settlements, International Anti-Corruption Academy, Asian Institute of International Financial Law).
In 2014 he was selected by the Bank for International Settlements – Basel Committee of Banking Supervisors to undertake a research on the effectiveness of the Three-lines-of-defense model at financial institutions (under the auspices of the prestigious BIS Research Fellowship).
Lately, his research interests embraced the role of behaviourally informed regulation (i.e. nudging, empowerment), in countering cultural deficiencies at banks (docile board members, little group interaction, unsupportive communication climate), on one hand, and the tension between technological innovation and financial stability, on the other.