I hold the position of Economist at the Research Department of the National Bank of Belgium.


Previously, I was Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Cambridge-INET Institute in the Faculty of Economics of the University of Cambridge and Teaching Bye-Fellow in Banking and Finance at Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge.

I received my Ph.D. in Economics from the Université libre de Bruxelles (ECARES) and the Université de Namur (CeReFiM) in September 2017. I hold a MSc in Economics from the London School of Economics and a BSc in Economics from the University of Warwick.


My research interests lie in the fields of financial econometrics and network theory. In particular, I am interested in applying techniques from these fields to study interconnectedness, systemic risk and tail dependence in financial markets.

Presenting at the AFFI 2016 conference in Liege



2013 - 2017

Université libre Bruxelles and Université de Namur

PhD in Economics

Econ Paper 3 - Part IIA Econometric Methods

University of Cambridge - King's College

College supervisor - 2nd year undergrad. 

Econ Paper 6 - Part IIB Banking and Finance

University of Cambridge - Fitzwilliam College

College supervisor - 3rd year undergrad.

ECON-S-428 Graduate Econometrics I

Université libre de Bruxelles

Teaching Assistant - postgraduate


STAT-D-103 Eléments de statistique pour les sciences sociales

Université libre de Bruxelles

Teaching Assistant - undergrad. (in French)

2009 - 2010

London School of Economics

MSc in Economics

2006 - 2009

University of Warwick

BSc in Economics