Maria Chiara Mosca
I am Associate Professor in Company Law, Law Department.
Degree in Economics from Bocconi, Master of Science in Law and Accounting from the London School of Economics, PhD in International Commercial and Corporate Law from Università Cattolica, Milano.
I am a Faculty Member of the Bocconi PhD in Legal Studies and I have been of the PhD in Law of Business and Commerce.
Editorial Board Membership: Rivista delle Società; Rivista del Diritto Societario.
Research Fellow of the Baffi Carefin Research Centre and Representative Member of the ECGI (European Corporate Governance Institute).
I am currently on leave since I am serving as a Consob Commissioner.
My main research interests lie at the intersection between financial markets regulation and company law, specifically in the field of takeovers, market abuses, transparency and corporate governance.
Should shareholders be rewarded for loyalty? European experiments on the wedge between tenured voting and takeover lawMICHIGAN BUSINESS & ENTREPRENEURIAL LAW REVIEW, 2019
Director–shareholder dialogues behind the scenes: searching for a balance between freedom of expression and market fairnessEUROPEAN COMPANY AND FINANCIAL LAW REVIEW, 2018
La maggiorazione del voto, il presupposto dell'obbligo di offerta pubblica di acquisto e le altre novità in materia di soglie OPALE NUOVE LEGGI CIVILI COMMENTATE, 2015
During my academic life, I have extensively taught corporate law, corporate governance and financial market regulation to undergraduate and graduate students. I have been invited to and organized several conferences and seminars both nationally and internationally.