Prof. Dr. Fromage Diane
Principal Investigator


Diane Fromage is Professor of European Law at the University of Salzburg and Deputy Director of the Salzburg Centre of European Union Studies. She is also an Affiliated Researcher at the Law Department of Sciences Po, Paris. She teaches EU institutional law, EU Internal market law, as well as Economic and Monetary Union and Banking Union-specific topics. Prior to joining Salzburg, she was a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow at Sciences Po, Paris where her project focused on accountability in the Banking Union, and an Assistant Professor at Maastricht and Utrecht Universities. She has authored numerous contributions on Economic and Monetary Union, Banking Union, Democracy and Accountability within the EU in leading journals and was also tasked with preparing studies on related issues for the European Parliament.

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Paul Weismann


Paul Weismann is Associate Professor of European Law at the Centre of European Union Studies at the University of Salzburg and has engaged in teaching and research activities at various universities. He also gained practical work experience as a law clerk in Vienna and as a trainee of the European Commission. He has published on various topics in the field of EU law, public international law and public law, most prominently on institutional and material questions relating to EU banking law and to the Economic and Monetary Union.


Bauerschmidt Jonathan

Jonathan Bauerschmidt
Council Legal Service

Jonathan Bauerschmidt is a Member of the Legal Service, Council of the European Union, and Professeur invité at the University Saint-Louis Brussels. He studied law at the Universities of Constance and Aix-en-Provence and holds a PhD from Humboldt-University Berlin where he explored the effects of public international law treaties on the institutions of the European Union. His research focuses on constitutional and institutional law of the EU, Economic and Monetary Union and the law of financial services.

Raffaele D’Ambrosio
Banca d’Italia and University of Bologna

Raffaele D’Ambrosio is Deputy Head of the Legal department at Banca d’Italia. He pleads before higher Courts and advises Italian members of EBA and ECB’s governing bodies in the area of banking and financial regulation and supervision. He is member of the Legal Committee at the ECB for supervisory issues (LEGCO-SSM) and of the SSM Network of Enforcement and Sanctions Experts. During his professional career he also worked for the ECB’s Legal Services Directorate and the Italian Markets Authority. He has extensive academic experience. He is professor of European Financial Supervision at the University of Bologna and author of numerous essays on commercial, banking and financial law.

Mariolina Eliantonio
Maastricht University

Mariolina Eliantonio is Professor of European and Comparative Administrative Law and Procedure. Her research is focused on the enforcement of European law before national and EU courts. She does research specifically on the theme of access to court before national and European courts (with a special focus on environmental matters), on the Europeanisation process of national procedural administrative law and on the judicial review of the new modes of governance.

Marino Ottavio Perassi
Bank of Italy and LUISS Guido Carli University, Rome

Marino Ottavio Perassi is the General Council of the Bank of Italy, and he is also an Adjunct professor at LUISS University, Law department – Rome.

Daniela Quelhas
University of Paris

Daniela Quelhas is a Senior Legal Counsel on Prudential, Supervisory and Resolution issues with the Regulatory department of a significant credit institution and is a lecturer with the Financial Relations Seminars of the Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne Master II Postgraduate degree in Business Law. She regularly publishes academic articles and blogposts.