After obtaining a Master’s degree in French literature and History from the faculty of Arts of the University of Lausanne (2010), I worked as a research and teaching assistant at the History department (2010-2016). In June 2017, I completed my PhD dissertation on the development of banking supervision in Switzerland and Belgium during the 20th century. The thesis was supervised by Malik Mazbouri. Sébastien Guex (University of Lausanne), Matthieu Leimgruber (University of Zurich), Angelo Riva (Paris Business School) and Guy Vanthemsche (Vrije Universiteit Brussel) were jury members. The Belgian part of the dissertation was published as two research articles in the Courrier hebdomadaire du CRISP in 2017. The main part on Swiss banking supervision was published by Droz as a book in 2019, under the title Histoire de la régulation des banques en Suisse (1914-1972).
In 2013-2014, I was a visiting research fellow at Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (with Prof. Erik Buyst) and at City University London (with Prof. Ronen Palan), supported by a SNF-doc.mobility grant. In 2017-2018, I was substitute assistant professor in history at the University Lausanne.
In 2018-2020, I was a postdoctoral research fellow at the Department of Economic History of Uppsala University, supported by a Swiss national science foundation earlypostdoc.mobility grant. My research project examined the origins of the fight against white-collar crime in Switzerland (1970s-1990s). An article summarizing the main results has recently been published in Business history.
In July 2021, I joined the ERC project Global Correspondent Banking, 1870-2000, at the University of Oxford, as postdoctoral research associate.