Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management
Professor of Management Practice

Mathias Schmit has a PhD in Finance from the Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management (Brussels), where he is a Professor of Finance and conducts research into banking and microfinance at the Centre Emile Bernheim (a Solvay Brussels School Research Centre). He is regularly invited at INSEAD, TiasNimbas, and the Amsterdam Institute of Finance. Mathias has also worked in banking and public-sector-related activities for 15 years. Since the creation of SAGORA in 2005, a consulting company coping with financial public affairs and risk management missions, Mathias leads a network of senior risk professionals merging extensive banking experience with strong analytical skills. He is also a regular speaker at major conferences around Europe on topics relating to the banking industry, with a special focus on financial analysis, risk management and strategic risk-related matters.

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