Claudio Giannotti

University of Rome LUMSA

Professor of Economics of Financial Intermediaries at the Department of Jurisprudence, Economics, Politics and Modern Languages ​at LUMSA University.

Director of the Department of Jurisprudence, Economics, Politics and Modern Languages ​​at LUMSA University of Rome.

Member of the Board of the European Real Estate Society (ERES), which includes academics, operations and PhD students with the primary objective of promoting and developing research in the real estate economy and finance in Europe.

Founding member of the Center for Relationship Banking and Economics (CERBE), research unit of LUMSA University.

Member of the Faculty Board in Civil Economics, Institutions, History, Law in the global society of the LUMSA University.

Director of the Research Laboratory on Real Estate Finance (from 2007 to date), established by the Business Administration (until 2012, doctorate in Bank and Finance), with administrative headquarters at the University of Rome Tor Vergata.

Senior contributor to the Financial Intermediation and Insurance Division of the SDA Bocconi of Milan.

Member of the Technical Scientific Committee of the Master in Economics and Property Management (MEGIM) promoted by the University of Rome Tor Vergata.

Member of the Advisory Board of the Monitor of Real Estate Finance created by the University of Parma – Department of Economics and by CACEIS Investor Services.

Ph.D. in Bank and Finance, X Cycle of the Doctorate, with an administrative seat at the University of Rome Tor Vergata (2000).

Member of the Italian Academy of Business Administration (AIDEA).

Member of the Association of Professors of Economics of Intermediaries and Financial Markets (ADEIMF).

Coordinator and lecturer of University Masters, professional training and refresher courses and seminars related to Fintech, corporate finance, economy and real estate finance, structured finance, business networks and asset management.

The research activity has mainly developed along the following lines:

  • real estate credit; • investments and real estate funds;
  • the relationship between banks and businesses; • credit securitization;
  • cooperative credit; • financial education;
  • the Fintech;
  • commercial credit.