Sebastian Mack is a Policy Fellow for European Financial Markets at the Jacques Delors Centre. His research focuses on European banking supervision and resolution, Capital Markets Union and financial crime. Previously, he worked as academic assistant and policy advisor to a German Member of the European Parliament’s Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee and as audit senior for prudential regulation at an internationally leading accounting firm.
Sebastian studied business administration, economics and European law at the University of Würzburg and the INSEEC Grande École Paris. He wrote his diploma thesis under the supervision of Prof Dr Peter Bofinger on the reform of the European Economic and Monetary Union and finished his studies as one of the top three graduates of his year.
Euro SIFMANet brings together European research institutions to raise awareness and inform policymaking against the illicit financial flows that continue to undermine our democracies.