Stefano Gatti

Antin IP Professor of Infrastructure Finance Department of Finance Linkedin ›

Main areas of expertise

Investment Banking, Infrastructure and Project finance, Private Equity, ESG and sustainability, Corporate Governance

Short biography

Stefano Gatti is the holder of the Antin IP Chair of Infrastructure Finance at Bocconi University in Milan. He has been the Director of the Full time MBA and of the International Teachers’ Program of SDA Bocconi School of Management. He has also been the Director of the BSc in Economics and Finance in the same University.

He has published a large number of books and articles, including publication in the Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, Financial Management and the Journal of Accounting Auditing and Finance.
He is independent board member of 2iRetegas and is advisor for numerous domestic an international corporations. He’s member of the Compliance Committee of Deutsche Bank Spa.


Gatti S., Ivanova M. and Gabriel Pereira Pundrich, “Corporate bankruptcy and directors’ reputation: an empirical analysis of the effects on public debt contracts”, in Journal of Accounting Auditing & Finance, forthcoming (link)

Gatti S., Battauz A. and Luca Viarengo, Earnouts: the real value of disagreement in mergers and acquisitions, 2021, Vol.27,5 (link)

Gatti S. and Chiarella C. (editors), “Disruption in the infrastructure sector”, Springer, Heidelberg, 2019 (link)

Gatti S., Prencipe A. Viarengo L., “Enforcement Quality and the Use of Earnouts in M&A Transactions: International Evidence”, Journal of Business, Finance and Accounting, 2018, vol.45, no. 3-4, pp.437-481 (link)

Gatti S., “Project Finance in Theory and Practice”. Third edition, Academic Press-Elsevier, 2018 (link)

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