Graduated in Business Economics (undergraduate) and Economics and Management (master degree) at the LUISS Guido Carli, he gained in 2013 a PhD in “Banking and Finance” at the University of Rome “Tor Vergata”. In 2012 he was a visiting Ph.D. scholar at the Department of Finance of the Stern School of Business (New York University) on a letter of invitation by Prof. Damodaran.
Since January 2014, he is a post-doc fellow on issues related to the evaluation of financial intermediaries and risk management and, from the same year, he is adjunct professor in Economics of Markets and Financial Intermediaries at the LUISS Guido Carli. Since 2009 he collaborates with the chair of Economics of Financial Intermediaries and with that of Advanced Corporate Finance; from 2011 to Master Executive EMAFIM form of Corporate Investment Banking. His main research interests include issues related to M&A and evaluation methods of financial intermediaries. Since 2009, he works with an advisory company that provides strategic consulting for banks and financial intermediaries.