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Dr. E.D. (Edoardo David) Martino LLM

Faculty of Law
ACLE

Visiting address
  • Nieuwe Achtergracht 166
  • Room number:5.14
Postal address
  • Postbus 15679
    1001 ND Amsterdam
  • Publications

    2020

    • Kaja, F., Martino, E. D., & Pacces, A. M. (Accepted/In press). FinTech and The Law & Economics of Disintermediation. In The Routledge Handbook of Financial Technology and law Routledge. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3683427
    • Martino, E. (2020). Fine-tuning Bank Governance and Resolution: The case for remunerating bankers through bail-inable debt. European Business Law Review, 31(5), 845-886.
    • Martino, E. (2020). The Bail-in beyond Unpredictability: Creditors' Incentives and Market Discipline. European Business Organization Law Review, 21(4), 789–828. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40804-020-00188-7 [details]

    2019

    • Martino, E. (2019). Bail-inable securities and financial contracting: can contracts discipline bankers? European Journal of Risk Regulation, 10(1), 164-179. https://doi.org/10.1017/err.2019.5 [details]
    • Martino, E., Quintavalla, A., & Keijzer, T. (2019). Free Trade Agreements have bitten off more than they can chew. In S. Tans, & M. Veenbrink (Eds.), Upgrading Trade and Services in EU and International Economic Law (Vol. 3, pp. 63-82). Wolf Legal Publishers.

    2017

    2021

    • Martino, E. D. (Author), Pacces, A. M. (Author), & Kaja, F. (Author). (2021). Disintermediating Finance: Fintech and its Limitations. Web publication/site, The FinReg Blog.

    2020

    2019

    2020

    • Martino, E. D., Cecchinato, E., & Brozzetti, A. (2020). Supervisione Bancaria e Covid-19. In U. Malvagna, & A. Sciarrone Alibrandi (Eds.), Sistema Produttivo e Finanziario Post Covid-19 (pp. 165). Pacini Editore s.r.l..

    Award

    • Martino, E. (2019). Visit Grant.
    • Martino, E. (2019). Erasmus+ Grant.

    Membership

    • Martino, E. D. (2021). Associate Researcher, European Banking Institute.
    • Martino, E. (2019). Young Scholars Community, European Corporate Governance Institute.
    • Martino, E. D. (2018-2021). Young Researcher, European Banking Institute.

    Talk / presentation

    • Martino, E. D. (speaker) (20-11-2020). Regulating Bank Governance for Achieving Financial Stability: The Case for Creditors’ Governance Rights, European Association of Banking and Financial Law (AEDBF) - Annual Conference.
    • Martino, E. D. (speaker) (3-6-2020). Bank Decision-Making and Financial Stability: Who Should Have a Say?, European University Institute Florence.
    • Martino, E. D. (speaker) (1-4-2020). EU Bank Resolution: the framework and the cases, University of Trento.
    • Martino, E. D. (speaker) (22-3-2020). Who Should Have a Say? The Case for Granting Governance Rights to Bail-Inable Creditors, Maastricht University.
    • Martino, E. (speaker) (18-3-2020). Bank Decision-Making and Financial Stability: Who Should Have a Say? The Case for Granting Governance Rights to Bail-Inable Creditors, European University Institute, Florence..
    • Martino, E. D. (speaker) (20-2-2020). Toward an optimal composition of bail-inable debtholders?, European Central Bank.
    • Martino, E. (speaker) (22-12-2019). Toward an optimal composition of bail-inable debtholders?, EBI Young Researchers Annual Workshop on Banking and Financial Regulation, Frankfurt.
    • Martino, E. (speaker) (20-12-2019). Fine-tuning Bank Governance and Regulation. The case for remunerating bankers through bail-inable debt., SIDE - ISLE 2019 - 15TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE
      , Milan.
    • Martino, E. D. (speaker) (20-12-2019). Fine-tuning Bank Governance and Regulation. The case for remunerating bankers through bail-inable debt, Italian Conference in Law and Economics.
    • Martino, E. (speaker) (31-10-2019). Fine-tuning Bank Governance and Regulation. The case for remunerating bankers with bail-inable debt, Financial Stability Conference, Berlin.
    • Martino, E. (speaker) (19-9-2019). Fine-tuning Bank Governance and Regulation. The case for remunerating bankers with bail-inable debt, EDLE Opening Seminar, Rotterdam.
    • Martino, E. (speaker) (10-4-2019). Can corporate governance make banks more resilient? And how?, EGSL Lunch Lecture, Roitterdam.
    • Martino, E. (speaker) (22-3-2019). Positive and (some) normative insights on the composition of bail-inable debtholders, Joint Seminar 'The Future of Law and Economics', Rotterdam.
    • Martino, E. (speaker) (20-2-2019). Toward an optimal composition of bail-inable debtholders?, European Central Bank.
    • Martino, E. (speaker) (15-2-2019). Toward an optimal composition of bail-inable debtholders?, Emle Mid Term Meeting Conference in Law and Economics, Hamburg.
    • Martino, E. (speaker) (31-12-2018). Can Contracts Discipline Bankers?, SIDE - ISLE 2018 - 14TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE
      , Lecce.
    • Martino, E. (speaker) (9-11-2018). Financial Contracting and bail-inable securities. Can contracts discipline bankers?, 3rd year EDLE Workshop, Bologna.
    • Martino, E. (speaker) (7-6-2018). Financial contracting and bail-inable securities, Building the Banking Union: the challenges ahead, Lisbon.
    • Martino, E. (speaker) (18-5-2018). The Bail-in beyond unpredictability, Cardiff Corporate Governance Research Group - First International Conference, Cardiff.
    • Martino, E. (speaker) (11-4-2018). Financial covenants and bail-inable debt. Can the interplay between public regulation and private solutions build financial stability?, Erasmus Early-Career Scholars Conference 2018, Rotterdam.
    • Martino, E. (speaker) (8-3-2018). Imposing covenants on bail-inable. A viable private solution to internalize bail-inable creditors into bank’s governance?, EDLE Seminar, Rotterdam.
    • Martino, E. (speaker) (27-2-2018). Market Discipline and the Corporate Governance of Banks: the bail-in beyond unpredictability, 5th International conference "Corporate Governance, Ownership and Control", Rome.
    • Martino, E. (speaker) (31-1-2018). Creditors incentives and Market Discipline. The EU framework for bank recovery and resolution, EGSL Lunch Lecture, Rotterdam.
    • Martino, E. (speaker) (18-1-2018). Risk Reduction and Corporate Governance in Banks: the case for bail-inable creditors’ rights, Edinburgh Postgraduate Law Conference , Edinbrugh.
    • Martino, E. (speaker) (15-12-2017). Law & Economics of Banks Corporate Governance in the Bail-in Era, SIDE - ISLE 2017 - 13TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE
      , Rome.
    • Martino, E. (speaker) (30-11-2017). Bail-in Beyond Unpredictability. Creditors Incentives and Market Discipline, EDLE Seminar, Rotterdam.
    • Martino, E. (speaker) (21-6-2017). Law & Economics of Bank Corporate Governance in the Bail-in Era - A Virtuous Circle?, EDLE Hamburg Conference, Hamburg.
    • Martino, E. (speaker) (27-3-2017). First notes on Banks Corporate Governance in the Shadow of Bail-in Regulation - A Virtuous Circle?, 1st Year EDLE Workshop, Bologna.
    • Martino, E. (speaker) (16-2-2017). Subordinated Bonds under Bail-in Threat, EMLE Mid-Term Meeting Conference in Law and Economics, Ghent.

    Others

    • Martino, E. (visiting researcher) (1-10-2019 - 23-12-2019). University of Oxford (visiting an external institution).
    • Martino, E. (visiting researcher) (1-4-2017 - 15-7-2017). University of Hamburg (visiting an external institution).
    • Martino, E. (visiting researcher) (1-10-2016 - 31-3-2017). University of Bologna (visiting an external institution).

    2020

    • Martino, E., & Parchimowicz, K. (2020). Go Preventive or Go Home-A New Role of MREL. (Amsterdam Center for Law & Economics Working Paper; No. 2020-04), (Amsterdam Law School Research Paper; No. 2020-50). University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam Center for Law & Economics. https://doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3678624

    2018

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