Marcin Stamirowski, Ph.D.,M.A., Adjunct Professor of Finance

Marcin Stamirowski, Ph.D.Marcin Stamirowski is a Financial Risk Officer with the European Investment Bank, with focus on financial risk related to EIB Treasury operations. More specifically, he monitors compliance of treasury portfolios with asset management guidelines. Prior to his work in the Risk Management Department, he spent almost six years at EIB Treasury, managing long term part of the Bank’s own funds, as well as assets managed by the EIB on behalf of its clients.

His professional experience includes work for the European Commission (Directorate General Economic and Financial Affairs) and European Central Bank (Risk Management Division).

Marcin was involved in the implementation of Basel II regulatory framework in Poland. As Head of Section (Basel II and Bank Risk Modeling) at Polish Banking Supervisory Authority, he was responsible for transposing the Capital Requirements Directive into the country’s legal framework. He subsequently held positions at several Polish banks, where he was tasked with implementing Basel II rules.

Marcin holds an M.A. degree in finance and banking from Warsaw School of Economics, an M.A. in economics from Staffordshire University, as well as a Ph.D. from Warsaw School of Economics. Part of his doctoral thesis was prepared during his visit as Fulbright scholar at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles. Marcin taught graduate courses on fixed income at Warsaw School of Economics.