Anzhela Knyazeva

Anzhela Knyazeva

Anzhela Knyazeva is a Senior Financial Economist in the Division of Economic and Risk Analysis at the SEC. Her research area is in corporate finance. Her research has examined boards of directors, payout policy, crowdfunding, financing decisions, acquisitions, bank lending, institutional investors, labor markets, and international finance. Her work has been published in the Journal of Financial Economics, Review of Financial Studies, Journal of Corporate Finance, and Journal of Banking and Finance. Her policy expertise is in the areas of securities offerings, crowdfunding, structured disclosure, and disclosure requirements.

Prior to joining the SEC, she was on the finance faculty at the University of Rochester’s Simon School of Business, where she taught International Economics & Finance and Investments classes in the MBA and Master’s programs and served as the Faculty Director of the Full-Time MS in Finance program.

She is the recipient of SEC Law & Policy Honorary Award, SEC DERA Director’s Award, Special Act awards for economic analysis in rulemaking and economic research, Simon School of Business Superior Teaching Awards, Simon School of Business Teaching Honor Rolls, and Stern School of Business PhD Teaching Excellence Award. She holds a PhD degree in Economics from New York University’s Stern School of Business and a Master’s degree in International Policy Studies from Stanford University.

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