Prof. Dr. Seraina Grünewald

Visiting Fellow, CAS Research Group “The Institutional Architecture for a 1.5 °C World”

University St. Gallen


Seraina Gruenewald is Professor of International Business Law and Financial Law at the University of St. Gallen. Before coming to St. Gallen she was Professor of European and Comparative Financial Law at Radboud University Nijmegen, where she was also a member of the core team of the interdisciplinary Radboud Centre for Sustainability Challenges.

She is a member of the Academic Board of the European Banking Institute (EBI) and co-leader of the EBI’s Working Group on Central Banking and Macroprudential Policies. She is also affiliated as an academic fellow with the EUSFiL Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence at the University of Genoa and with the interdisciplinary University Research Priority Programme Financial Market Regulation at the University of Zurich. In 2021, she became a member of the Sustainable Finance Lab in the Netherlands.

Seraina Gruenewald conducts research in the fields of sustainable finance, central banking, financial stability and macroprudential policy, Banking Union, bank resolution as well as constitutional and institutional aspects of economic and monetary governance in the EU. She is frequently invited to present at international and European authorities, including the International Monetary Fund, the European Central Bank, the European Stability Mechanism and the Single Resolution Board.

Sereina Gruenewald is a member of Prof. Dr. Ann-Katrin Kaufhold’s and Prof. Rüdiger Veil’s CAS Research Group “The Institutional Architecture for a 1.5 °C World”.