Laura Grassi

Core Faculty | Junior Assistant Professor

Short Profile outline

Laura Grassi, PhD is Assistant Professor of Investment Banking at Politecnico di Milano and Vice-Director of the International MBA at MIP Graduate School of Business. As Director of the Fintech & Insurtech Observatory, she is involved in stimulating digital innovation in the financial industry in Italy, collaborating with financial institutions, startups and public administrations, being author of publications at national and international level. She is co-supervisor of the Politecnico di Milano team in the CFA Research Challenge, resulting three times in the Top EMEA Champions and two times in the Global Final Champions (Top4 worldwide).

Education

PHD: Management Engineering, Politecnico di Milano.

Master of Science: Management Engineering - Finance, Politecnico di Milano.

Bachelor of Science: Management Engineering, Politecnico di Milano.

Academic course held at SOM

Investment banking

Investment banking

Investment banking

Teaching Areas: FINANCE (FIN)

MBA

EMBA

Specializing masters

Research

Her main research interest is in the corporate governance field and in innovation and digitalization of the financial industry (Fintech and Insurtech), with a strong focus on strategical implications, business models and valuation, implementing both quantitative and qualitative methods.

Relevant Publications

Battanta L.| Giorgino M.| Grassi L.| Lanfranchi D. (2020), "Regtech: Case studies of cooperation with banks in italy", Proceedings of the European Conference on Innovation and Entrepreneurship, ECIE, 2020, 112-119

Moretto Grassi Caniato Giorgino Ronchi, "Supply chain finance: From traditional to supply chain credit rating", Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management, 25, 197-217

Santandrea Sironi Grassi Giorgino, "Concentration risk and internal rate of return: Evidence from the infrastructure equity market", International Journal of Project Management, 35, 241-251

Grassi Giorgino Raimondo Romani, "The induction of board directors: a case study perspective", Corporate Ownership & Control, 13, 207-223

Service to the community

  • Vice Director - International FT MBA

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