Since 2007 university lecture at University of Bern ◦ member of ‘Forum für Universität und Gesellschaft’ of the University of Bern ◦ guest lectures at Chinese Academy of Science, Renmin University, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Expertise > Teaching - Speaking
The financial crisis put central banks, the low yield environment and financial infrastructure in the spotlight of academia and a broader audience. In her lectures, speeches, and seminars, Marlene covers trends and challenges in central banking/regulation, asset management and financial infrastructure.
Based on working experience since 1994 in Europe, U.S.A and Asia ◦ covering a broad spectrum of topics in international central banking, asset management and financial infrastructure ◦ recognized key note speaker at board meetings of public and private sector banks, pension funds, and political committees ◦ regular speaker at international conference
Central bank communication went a long way from Greenspan’s days. Financial markets can perceive words as deeds or can put the words to test. Speech writing requires familiarity with all aspects of central banking. At Swiss National Bank (SNB), Marlene and her team contributed to over 40 published speeches of SNB Governing Board members.