Paolo Saguato specializes in financial regulation and international finance. His research interests encompass the intersection of banking, securities, and derivatives markets ad regulation; the international and comparative dynamics and regulations of financial institutions; financial innovation and technology; and corporate law and theory. His recent scholarship has been published in the Yale Journal on Regulation; the Stanford Journal of Law, Business and Finance; the Virginia Business & Law Review; the Journal of Corporate Law Studies; and The Oxford Handbook of Financial Regulation. He is the co-editor of the first book on the infrastructure of financial markets, published by Oxford University Press. He currently serves as an expert on the Policy Committee on Central Clearinghouses of the European Securities Markets Authority. Before joining Antonin Scalia Law School, Professor Saguato was a Research Fellow at the Georgetown Law Center (Institute of International Economic Law) and a Fellow at the London School of Economics and Political Science, where he received the Teaching Excellence Award. Before that, he was a Global Hauser Fellow at New York University School of Law where he was affiliated with the Center for Financial Institutions. Professor Saguato earned a BA (Laurea in Scienze Giuridiche) and a JD (Laurea Magistrale in Giurisprudenza) summa cum laude at the University of Genoa (Italy) and a Ph.D. in Private, Business, and International Law at the same university. In addition, he holds an LLM from Yale Law School, which he attended as a Fulbright Scholar, focusing his studies on financial markets regulation and corporate law, and was a senior editor of the Yale Journal on Regulation.