Marco Lamandini is the President of the Board of Appeal of the European System of Financial Supervisors (ESFS) appointed by ESMA ( and a member of the Appeal Panel of the Single Resolution Board (SRB) (

He is a member of ICLEG, the EC Informal Company Law Expert Group, advising the EU Commission on regulatory actions to be taken in the field of European Company Law.

He is a member of the Arbitro Bancario Finanziario, Bologna college

In the past he acted as a member of the Organo di Vigilanza (Monitoring Trustee) of Telecom Italia Open Access designated by the Italian Communication Authority (AGCOM) (2012-2016), as an academic Member of the Commission appointed by the Italian Ministry of Justice to modernise bankruptcy proceedings (so called “Common Commission”) (2014); as member for two terms (2006-2009; 2009-2014) of the Panel of the European Parliament ECON Committee Experts on Financial Services advising on European legislative initiatives and specifically on Target2 Securities (November 2006); the Financial Crisis and the Regulatory Response (August 2007), Microcredit and European Action (September 2008); UCITs IV (September 2008); CRD and Liquidity management (December 2008), European Regulation of Credit Rating Agencies (December 2008), National Banking Rescue Packages and European Action (January 2009); Regulatory and Supervisory Competition in Laxity and its Effects in impeding Crisis Prevention (February 2010); Orderly Sovereign Default Procedures (August 2010); Sound Financing of Investors’ Compensation Schemes and the Commission’s Proposal amending Directive 97/9/EC on ICS (December 2010).

He also delivered the Expert Report to the European Parliament on the directive proposal on takeover bids (2002-2003) and over the years several testimonies before the Legal Affairs Committee on legislative initiatives on Takeover Bids, European Company Law, Corporate Governance and Hedge Funds