Antonia Fandrich, M.A. LL.M.
Antonia Fandrich first graduated in Social Economics at the University of Hamburg with a focus on financial services and consumer protection. She then studied European and International Business Law at the University of Vienna and International Business and Sustainability at the University of Hamburg. In her master’s thesis she investigated the legal framework for crowdfunding in Austria and Germany and corporate sustainability reporting. She has previously worked as a student assistant at the iff in 2014 and 2015, contributing to studies on the subject of the attachment protection account, among other things. Her research interests include alternative forms of financing, sustainability issues in financial services and the economic impact of loan securitization.