Maurizio Dallocchio is Full Professor of the Department of Finance at Bocconi University. Since January 2017, he is Department of Finance Liaison Officer at SDA Bocconi School of Management. He is also tenured Professor of the "Restructuring and Corporate Reorganization" course at LUM Jean Monnet in Bari where he is Chairman of the Performance Evaluation Committee.
Between 2003 and 2006, he was SDA Dean. He also covered the roles of Director of Master in Corporate Finance (2000-2016) and Director of Corporate Finance and Real Estate Department from 1992 to 2002. He conducts research and award projects in the Research Center "Claudio Demattè" and numerous training and consulting projects for SDA.
Licensed Public Accountant and Auditor, he concentrates his research activities mainly on Mergers and Acquisitions; crisis management and corporate restructuring; company valuation; strategic and financial planning; corporate governance; sustainability.
He is the author of more than eighty publications, including “Corporate Finance” (Ed. Wiley & Sons, 5th ed., 2017, with P.Quiry, A.Salvi and Y.Le Fur), worldwide used in MBA and MSc finance courses. He is also author of numerous essays and articles on his research fields of study. He taught in many international institutions among which London Business School (LBS), International Institute for Management Development (IMD) in Lausanne, Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) and New York University (NYU-STERN). For many years, he has been member of the Academic Council of CEIBS (China Europe International Business School, Shanghai).He took part in prestigious advisory board of domestic and international organizations. He has held and still holds chairman positions or has been member of the board and supervisory bodies of numerous companies and institutions. He had roles and responsibilities in major transactions, including privatizations, listing, and restructurings. As an expert adviser, he has held responsibility roles in banks, financial and social security institutions. He was also Chair (and Member) of the Audit Committee of the European Investment Bank (EIB). He is particularly active in the non-profit sector.
Maurizio erned a Degree in Business Administration from Bocconi University and an ITP (International Teachers Programme) at the London Business School. He has completed his studies at NYU and MCE Brussels. He ran the New York Marathon twenty times and has long played in the SDA Bocconi soccer team as goalkeeper, proudly dubbed "Saponetta Dallocchio". His passion for Star Wars was crowned by a cameo as dubbing actor of the Italian edition of the 7th episode.
Most recent publications
Books and contributions
Maurizio Dallocchio (con Antonio Salvi), Finanza Aziendale, EGEA, Milano, 2020. In corso di pubblicazione;
Maurizio Dallocchio (con Carlo Bellavite and Enrico Parazzini), Valutazione d’azienda nel mondo ESG, EGEA, Milano, 2020;
Maurizio Dallocchio (con Alberto Tron) Le operazioni di ristrutturazione del debito in Italia: note economico-aziendali a margine di una rassegna diacronica delle principali ricerche empiriche svolte negli ultimi anni, in “Contributi in onore di Gaetano Maria Golinelli”, Rogiosi Editore, Milano, 2020;
Maurizio Dallocchio (con Alessandro Cafarelli, Marco De Vincenzi), Le scelte di struttura finanziaria e valore nel settore immobiliare. In “Gli strumenti di investimento e di finanziamento nel settore immobiliare italiano”, a cura di Roberto Fraticelli e Luca Lucaroni, Quinta Edizione, Assoimmobiliare, Libreriauniversitaria.it Edizioni, Milano, 2019;
Maurizio Dallocchio (con Antonio Salvi, Pascal Quiry, Yann Le Fur), Corporate Finance. Theory and Practice, John Wiley & Sons, Fifth Edition, London 2018;
Maurizio Dallocchio, Le Scelte Finanziarie, Collana “Il Management. Lezioni, strumenti, storie”. L’Economia del Corriere della Sera, Università Bocconi Editore, Milano 2018;
Maurizio Dallocchio, Finanza e Business Transformation. In “Business Next”, a cura di Andrea Beltratti e Alessia Bezzecchi, EGEA, Milano 2018.
Maurizio Dallocchio (con Emanuele Teti, Leonella Gori, Andrea Loi) “Seasonal Darkness and IPO”, Journal of Economic Behaviour and Organization 178 (2020) 494-508, Elsevier, 2020;
Maurizio Dallocchio (con Emanuele Teti, Tancredi Currao) “Family Ownership and M&A Payment Method”, International Journal of Finance and Economics. In corso di pubblicazione;
Maurizio Dallocchio (con Emanuele Teti, Daniele De Sanctis) “Effects of Oil Price Fall on the Betas in the Unconventional Oil & Gas Industry”, Energy Policy, Elsevier, 2020;
Maurizio Dallocchio (con Emanuele Teti, Matteo Perugi) “Italian SMEs and IPO Performance. An Empirical Analysis Over a 10-Year Period”; International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business. In corso di pubblicazione;
Maurizio Dallocchio (con Emanuele Teti, Andrea Aniasi) “The Relationship Between Twitter and Stock Prices. Evidence From the US Technology Industry”; Technological Forecasting & Social Change, 149. hiips://doi.org/10.1016/j.techfore.2019.119747. 2019;
Maurizio Dallocchio (con Emanuele Teti, Tommaso Tamburnotti) “Value vs. Growth Investment Strategies. An Empirical Analysis in the European Context”; European Journal of Economics, Finance and Administrative Sciences, ISSN 1450-2275 Issue 102. 2019;
Maurizio Dallocchio (con Stefano Bonini, Philippe Rainbourg, Antonio Salvi) “Do Firms Hedge Translation Risk?”; Journal of Financial Management Markets and Institutions. vol. 4, n. 2, 2018;
Maurizio Dallocchio (con Leonardo L. Etro, Giulia Negri, Matteo Vizzaccaro) “La frontiera della sostenibilità italiana”; Economia & Management n. 5-6, settembre/dicembre 2018.