Member of the board
Monika Marcinkowska is a professor of banking & finance at the University of Lodz, Poland. She is the head of the Banking Department and the Institute of Finance. She holds PhD in management, habilitation degree in economics and is a full professor of finance and banking.
In past she has worked for several banks (responsible for financial reporting, controlling) and serves as an independent member of supervisory boards of financial institutions (audit committee and remuneration committee).
She coordinated several research projects concerning corporate governance, bank value management, financial exclusion, impact of banking regulation on growth.
She is the author of several books (incl.: Corporate governance in banks – theory and practice; Benks’ relational capital; Banks’ capital standards; Annual report on company's activities and results) and articles on banking regulations, financial stability, corporate governance, value management and performance evaluation.
She is a member of the editorial board of three scientific journals and is an independent reviewer for research organisations and scientific journals. She is a member and vice-chairperson of the Committee of Finance Science of the Polish Academy of Science. For 7 years was a member of the Committee for the Evaluation of Scientific Entities at the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education.
She is a propagator of transparency; has drafted of the Polish accounting standard "Management Report". A member of the jury in the “Best annual report” competition on the Polish capital market.
Since 2016 is a member of the Banking Stakeholder Group of the European Banking Authority (terms BSG3 and BSG4).