TAF Re­search Sem­in­ar: Aless­andro Scopel­litti

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TAF Research Seminar

On 30 April 2024, Alessandro Diego Scopelliti (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven)  gave a presentation at the TAF Research Seminar. The title of the paper was „Bank Credit and Market-based Finance for Corporations: The Effects of Minibond Issuances for Unlisted Firms“.


Alessandro Scopelliti is an Assistant Professor of Finance (tenure-track) at KU Leuven, in the Faculty of Economics and Business. In the current academic year, he is also a Visiting Fellow at the Robert Schuman Centre of the European University Institute.

Previously, he worked as an Economist at the European Central Bank and as a Research Fellow at the University of Zurich. At the ECB, he contributed to the design of macroprudential policy and the analysis of financial stability issues, as well as to the design and the implementation of monetary policy. At the University of Zurich, he developed research in the context of an ERC Advanced Grant on "Bank Lending".

Alessandro holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Warwick, as well as a MSc in Economics from Pompeu Fabra University and a MRes in Economic Analysis and Policy from Paris School of Economics.

In his experience, he has combined academic research, university teaching, policy advice and design. He has developed research in or in collaboration with central banks (ECB, Bank of England and Banca d’Italia), macroprudential bodies (ESRB) and international institutions (IMF). His research interests are in financial intermediation, financial regulation and stability, macroprudential policy and monetary policy, sustainable finance, capital markets.

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