Dr Katarzyna Parchimowicz, LL.M. Finance is Assistant Professor at Digital Justice Center and Associated Researcher at the European Banking Institute.
Katarzyna received her first masters degree from University of Wroclaw. During these master studies she gained international experience at Ludwig Maximilians Universität in Munich (Erasmus) and at the University of North Carolina (Asheville) in the United States (ISEP Exchange). Katarzyna also graduated with distinction from the School of German Law organized by the University of Wroclaw in cooperation with Humboldt University Berlin. In academic year 2018/2019 Katarzyna completed another masters programme – Law and Finance – at the Institute for Law and Finance (Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main) and was awarded an LL.M. Finance degree. During her stay in Frankfurt she completed an internship in banking supervision at the European Central Bank and started her long-term cooperation with European Banking Institute. In 2019 she spent one term as a Junior Academic Visitor at the University of Oxford. In 2020 she conducted research as a Visiting Scholar at the Duke University School of Law. This stay was sponsored by the Kosciuszko Foundation. In November 2020 she received a three-year grant from National Science Centre for a project on real economy-oriented regulation of global systemically important banks. In May 2021 Katarzyna defended with distinction her PhD dissertation ‘Regulation of global systemically important banks in the USA and in the EU.’ The thesis was written under the supervision of Professor Dariusz Adamski and was reviewed by Professor Jacek Jastrzębski of University of Warsaw and Professor Lawrence Baxter of Duke Law School.
Throughout her academic career she taught courses in EU law at the University of Wroclaw and in International Finance, Banking Regulation and Supervision, as well as Innovations in Banking at the University of Economics in Krakow.
Her research is focused on comparative European and international financial law, in particular on post-crisis regulation of global systemically important banks, including both macroprudential and microprudential perspectives.
She is a proud owner of a rescue dog named Dante. She loves Settlers of Catan, Formula 1, football, karaoke and raspberry tomatoes.
Full list of publications: https://prawo.uni.wroc.pl/user/15355