Giampaolo Gabbi is Professor of Practice of Risk Management and he is Director of Financial Institution Custom Programs - Financial Institutions.
At SDA Bocconi, he directed the Financial Institutions and Insurance Department from 2013 to 2016 and in 2017 he was Banking and Insurance Faculty Deputy. He has directed programs for senior executives in several banks and other financial firms. He is Program Director of the courses Operational Risk Management and of Capital Management for Banks. He conducted numerous research, training and consulting projects with the most relevant players of the banking and insurance industry. He frequently manages board inductions on risk and regulatory issues.
He taught in a few Italian and European universities, including the University of Siena, Parma and City London.
His research activities focus on risk management, financial investments and banking regulation. His current research addresses three main questions. The first is the impact of risk measurement models on the effectiveness of internal control systems. The second focuses on the role of the chief risk officers (CRO) on the internal governance of financial institutions. The third aims at determining the drivers and the early warning systems of the systemic risk within the financial system.
He is the author of numerous books and articles on the subject. His works have been published in Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, PlosOne, European Financial Management, Nature Scientific Reports, European Journal of Finance, Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance, Journal of International Financial Markets and Institutions & Money, among others. He won numerous teaching and research awards, including the 2009 International Business & Economy Conference. Best paper award. He is a member of the Italian Risk Management Associations (AIFIRM) and he is chair of the Scientific Board of their Risk Management Magazine; he is Risk management Department Editor of the Journal issued by the Italian Finance Society (ADEIMF).
Giampaolo earned an MSc in Economics and Management from Parma University and a Ph.D. in Management from Bocconi University.