Maria Teresa Paracampo

Maria Teresa Paracampo

Associate Professor of Financial Markets Law and Digital Innovation at the Department of Law of the University of Bari "Aldo Moro"

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Women and Finance: New Challenges and Opportunities
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Maria Teresa Paracampo is an associate professor of Financial Markets Law and Digital Innovation at the Department of Law of the University of Bari "Aldo Moro".

Once past the second milestone of the 'anta' (decades), when she sheds the clothes of the professor, she is also friendly (at least that's what they say!), she loves to travel and loves to "lose herself" in reading anything that can enrich her as a person and as a professional.

He graduated in 1993 and after a period working for the Ministry of Justice, during which he obtained in 1997 the qualification to practice as a lawyer and in 2003 the title of Doctor of Research in Economic Law, in 2005 he began his academic career at the University of Bari as a researcher until becoming an associate professor in 2013. At the same University, over the years, he has taught various courses (Law of Financial Intermediaries, Financial Market Law, Banking Law and Bank Law), all related to the field of Economic Law.

He has also carried out teaching activities at other Universities within the context of PhD programs, university Masters, specialization courses, Summer Schools, as well as at professional orders (lawyers and certified public accountants), professional associations in the financial sector, and professional training companies.

Already a member of scientific committees of university Masters, she is also a member of the scientific committee of FEduF (Foundation for Financial Education and Savings), established by the Italian Banking Association.

Author of numerous publications and long engaged in the study of legal issues related to financial consulting and intersections with the insurance and credit world, she has been a speaker at various conferences, both academic and non-academic, as well as a guest at many round tables organized by financial sector associations.

Fascinated by innovations in the financial sector, in 2014 she began an intense research path first on the theme of robo advisory, then with regard to other articulations of the FinTech ecosystem, culminating in 2017 in the publication of the first university manual entitled "FinTech. Introduction to the legal profiles of a single technological market for financial services", followed in 2019 by a second revised and updated edition with specific reference to the challenges for the banking sector.

After extending the scope of observation to individual technologies, and in particular artificial intelligence, she now closely and constantly follows all developments in the FinTech and InsurTech sectors.

He is a member of the research group at the University of Alicante (Spain) on "Digital Money and New Payment Networks. Legal Aspects [DIDINET]", approved by the Department of Innovation, Universities, Science and Digital Society.

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