Born in Cosenza in 1965, Sabrina Bruno is Full Professor of Private Comparative Law at the Economics and Law Department of University of Calabria since 2017 and Adjunct Professor of Law and Economics (Business and Company Law) at the Economics and Finance Department of LUISS G. Carli University of Rome since 2006.
She obtained the national enabling qualification as full Professor of Business and Company
Law in 2016 and of Comparative Law in 2013.
She has been Associate Professor of Business and Company Law (2002-2017) and Assistant Professor with tenure of Business and Company Law (1993-2002) at the Faculty of Economics of University of Calabria.
Qualified lawyer, registered in the special Register of the Rome Law Society since 1991.
She was a Fulbright Visiting Scholar at Harvard Law School in 2010.
She obtained a Ph.D. in Private Comparative Law and European Community Law at the University of
Florence in 1995. She obtained a three-year Master of Letters (M.Litt.) degree course at
Oxford University, Linacre College in 1994. She
graduated with honours in Law at LUISS G. Carli, Rome in 1987.
She is non-executive independent Director at Banca Apulia S.p.a. (Intesa San Paolo Group) since 2016. She is non-executive independent Director at Edizioni Master S.p.a. since 2013.
She was non-executive independent Director and Chairman of the Appointment
Committee at Veneto Banca S.p.a. (2016-2017). She
was non-executive independent Director and Chairman of the Control and Risk
Committee at Banca Profilo S.p.a. (2012-2015). She was internal Auditor at Telecom Italia
S.p.A. in 2012.
Co-founder of the Italian Chapter of the World Economic Forum Climate Governance Initiative since 2018. Academic Member of the European Corporate Governance Insitute since 2014.
Member of the Scientific Committee of the Bruno Visentini Foundation since 2010. Member of the Italian Linacre Society since 1995.
Author of two monographs (“The role of the shareholder’s meeting of a s.p.a. in corporate governance ", Cedam 2012; "The action for damages for incorrect information on the financial market", ESI, 2000) and various articles and essays on corporate law and corporate governance.