Marina Brogi

Ms Brogi is an Italian economist, Full Professor of Banking and Capital Markets at Sapienza University of Rome, where she also served as Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Economics (2011-2017). She teaches International Banking and Capital Markets as well as Corporate Governance in graduate, MBA, PhD and executive courses at Sapienza University and other universities in Italy and abroad.

She is chairperson of the Scientific Committee of the Italian Financial Risk Managers Association (AIFIRM) and served on the MSCI ESG Thought Leadership Council on Corporate Governance Fundamentals and on the Scientific Committee of the Research Centre of Confindustria (the main association representing manufacturing and service companies in Italy). She is author of numerous publications on corporate governancebanking and capital markets.

From January 2014 to June 2016, she was one of the 5 top-ranking independent academics appointed among the 30 members which make up the Securities and Markets Stakeholder Group of the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA).

In addition, Ms Brogi has served: on various Bank of Italy governance bodies responsible for crisis procedures of banks; at Consob in the selection committee in numerous public competitions; as a consultant to the Ministry of the Interior; and presented her expert opinion to the Italian Senate Labor Committee,  the Finance Committee of the Chamber of Deputies and the Italian Senate Finance Committee; and to the Joint Parliamentary Commission on Simplification of Financial Services Regulation. She was appointed by the Italian Labour Ministry for service as a member of the Working Group monitoring the application of the Italian Less represented gender quota law in listed and state-controlled companies.