Anna Maria is a Ph.D. researcher at the Law Department of the European University Institute, studying Fintech culture regulation.
She holds an M.A. in Law from Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun, Poland, where she wrote her master thesis on the regulation of crowdfunding, and an L.LM. in Comparative, European and International Laws from the European University Institute in Florence, Italy. In her doctoral research, Anna Maria analyzes the relationship between Fintech culture and regulation. The arguments of her thesis are built upon an ethnographic study conducted within the Fintech industry in the years 2017-2021.
Prior to commencing her Ph.D., Anna Maria worked at international law firms in Warsaw, and in the Legal Department at one of the largest banks in Poland. While at the EUI, she also worked as a research assistant to prof. Hans-W. Micklitz, and was a member of the ARTSY team, investigating the challenges for consumer law and policy stemming from the use of artificial intelligence by businesses. More recently, Anna Maria worked in a Fintech unicorn company, in the Legal and Regulatory department.
Currently, Anna Maria is based in the Hague, where she works as a Lecturer in Legal Skills and Private Law at the Hague University of Applied Sciences.
Her personal blog is available here.