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Seraina Gruenewald appointed professor of European and Comparative Financial Law

Date of news: 4 February 2020

Seraina Gruenewald has been appointed Professor of European and Comparative Financial Law at the Faculty of Law of Radboud University with effect from 1 February.

Seraina Gruenewald (1983) was born and educated in Switzerland. In 2006 she received a Master of Law degree at the University of Bern – magna cum laude. In 2012 she obtained her PhD – summa cum laude – at the University of Zurich. She is admitted to the Swiss bar.

Seraina Gruenewald worked as a research assistant for the Finance and Financial Markets research priority programme at the University of Zurich, was a visiting researcher at Columbia Law School (2009), Yale Law School (2010-2011) and Harvard Law School (2011-2012) and a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Liechtenstein (2013). She also participated in the distinguished Internship Program of the International Monetary Fund and was a trainee with the European Central Bank.

Since 2014, Seraina Gruenewald had been an assistant professor of financial market law at the University of Zurich. She has published numerous articles on topics including financial stability, bank resolution and constitutional and institutional aspects of economic and monetary governance in the EU.