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Diane Pierret is Assistant Professor at the Department of Finance at HEC Lausanne, University of Lausanne, and a Faculty Member of the Swiss Finance Institute.
Her research in the field of empirical banking has led her to investigate questions related to banks’ responses to regulatory stress testing practices, consequences of unconventional central bank interventions, sovereign-bank linkages, bank profitability and monetary policy, and the interaction between solvency and liquidity regulations. Since the financial crisis, she has gained unique expertise in bank business models, regulations, and central bank interventions in Europe and the U.S.
Prior to joining HEC Lausanne, Diane Pierret was a researcher at the Volatility Institute at NYU Stern School of Business, under the supervision of Professor Robert Engle. She received in 2014 her PhD in Statistics from the Université Catholique de Louvain.