Professor Vincenzo Pacelli is Aggregate Professor of Banking and Finance at the University of Foggia, where he was also an Academic Senator. He holds a PhD in Banking and Finance from the Sapienza University of Rome, Italy. Currently he teaches the course on Financial Portfolio Management in the Department of Economics at the University of Foggia, having previously taught the course on Banking and Finance in the Department of Economics at the University of Bari, Italy.
He is a member of the PhD Council at the School of Management and Finance at the University of Foggia, a member of the organizing committee and chair of various international conferences, an ordinary member of the Italian Association of Professors of Economics of Financial Intermediaries and Markets, and a member of the scientific committee of CeSAC. He also sits on the Board of Directors of the Cooperative Credit Bank of Castellana Grotte, and he is editor or reviewer of many international scientific journals.
Since 2005 he has authored (or co-authored) more than 50 scientific publications, and he takes lectures and training days for Master's students, university postgraduates, PhD seminars, commercial banks, professional companies, and other associations and firms.
His major areas of research are governance, performance and risks in banks; forecasting in financial markets; intangibles in banks; credit risk management; reputational risk management; artificial intelligence in banking and finance; and asset allocation.