Anna Eugenia Omarini

I am a Researcher with Tenure and a Fellow at the Institute of the European Policymaking @Bocconi.

I am a Professor at the Department of Finance – SDA Bocconi School of Management.

My research focuses on FinTech; bank strategy and management; banks’ business models; digital banking transformation; and Open Banking and Open Finance.

My work has been published in several books, articles, papers and chapters on my research fields’ issues. I am also a speaker and chairperson at many national and international conferences.

I am a reviewer for several Publishers, and a reviewer as well as an editorial board member of several Journals.

Since 2018, I have been an independent Board Member at ABILab (Italian Banking Association Lab on Innovation in Banking).

Since 2019, I have been a member of the Scientific Committee of EFMA (European Financial Management Association).

Since January 2024, I have been a member of the scientific committee of ItaliaFintech. The association of Fintech entrepreneurs in Italy brings together the most innovative national and international companies.

Since February 2024, I have been a member of the Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) Academic Advisory Group (AAG) of the Bank of England.

I also develop my experience as an independent board member in financial institutions and banks.


I earned a MSc in Business Administration - Major in Bank Management - at Bocconi University with a thesis Title: The globalization of financial markets: state of the art and future perspectives (summa cum laude).

International Teachers Program from the Stern Business School - New York University, 1999.

Researcher with Tenure
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Research interests

Bank strategy and managerial implications on the different business models, with a specific focus on retail banking and digital banking. FinTech with a focus on open banking/finance and ecosystems. Bank marketing and loyalty management. Payment services.

Selected Publications

My teaching activity is strictly related to the topics of my research interests.