Kornelia Fabisik is an Assistant Professor of Finance at the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management. Her research is focused on Corporate Finance and Corporate Governance, especially on insider ownership and CEO incentives.
Her research has been accepted for publication at the Journal of Financial Economics, presented at conferences such as the Western Finance Association, European Finance Association, and Global Corporate Governance Colloquia, as well as featured on scientific forums such as the Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance & Financial Regulation and the European Corporate Governance Institute.
Kornelia Fabisik received her PhD from the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne and the Swiss Finance Institute. In summer 2019, she was a visiting researcher at the London School of Economics. Prior to her PhD studies, she obtained her Bachelor of Science as well as her Master of Science in Business Administration from the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich. She gained professional work experience in risk management and investment banking in MEAG in Munich and in UBS in Zurich. She has been involved in teaching since 2011, mostly in the area of corporate finance. During her PhD studies, she won multiple teaching awards.
She is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), Professional Risk Manager (PRM) and Certified Eurex Exchange Trader (certified by the Capital Markets Academy).