Prof. Michaely is SFI Professor of Finance at Geneva Finance Research Institute (GFRI) at the University of Geneva. Before that he was a Finance professor at Cornell University. His current research focuses on conflict of interest in the capital markets, corporate payout policy, the structure and behavior of both public and private firms as well as some aspects of fintech.
Prof. Hau is Professor of Finance at the University of Geneva, SFI Senior Chair, and Managing Director of the GFRI. His research interests are in international finance, financial markets and financial stability.
Rajna Gibson Brandon
Prof. Gibson Brandon is Professor of Finance at the University of Geneva and Deputy Director for Education and External Affairs at the GFRI. Her research interests are in asset pricing, risk management and corporate finance.
Prof. Berrada is Professor of Finance at the GFRI at the University of Geneva and SFI Senior Chair. His research interests are in mathematical finance and asset pricing.
Ms. Darbellay is Assistant Professor of Law at the Centre for Banking and Financial Law at the University of Geneva. Her research interests are in issues related to securities regulation, digital capital markets and sovereign debt.
Prof. Kogan is a visiting Finance Faculty at MIT Sloan School of Management and has been teaching fintech at Wharton in the last four years. He has also held a number of investment management positions and has consulted to hedge funds. His research focuses on behavioral finance with application to asset pricing.
Prof. Kacperczyk is Professor of Finance at the Imperial College London Business School. He was the associate editor of Review of Financial Studies and Review of Finance. His research interests include investments, information economics, institutional investors, mutual funds, empirical asset pricing, behavioral finance, and decision theory.
Prof. Pass is a Professor of Computer Science at Cornell University and Cornell NYC Tech. His research interests are in the field of Cryptography and its interplay with Computational Complexity and Game Theory. He is a recipient of the NSF Career Award, the AFOSR Young Investigator Award, the Alfred P. Sloan Fellowship, the Microsoft Faculty Award, and the Wallenberg Academy Fellowship.
Prof. Scaillet is Professor of Finance and Statistics at University of Geneva and a SFI Senior Chair. His research expertise is in the area of derivatives pricing, econometric theory and econometrics applied to finance and insurance.
Prof. Trojani is a Professor of Finance at the University of Geneva, a SFI Senior Chair and an Adjunct Professor of Finance at University Bocconi in Milan. His research covers topics in finance, econometrics, and statistics.