Arturo Capasso gained a B.A. in Economics at the Università di Napoli in 1984, a Masters in Business Administration at Columbia University, New York in 1988 and a Ph.D. in Corporate Finance at the Università di Bergamo and Università Cattolica Milano in 1990. In 1990 he became Adjunct Professor Università Parthenope Napoli and in 1994 Assistant Professor Università di Napoli Federico II. In 1998 he became Associate Professor Università di Salerno and he has been a Full Professor at the Università del Sannio since 2002.

Presently he is Professor of Corporate Governance, Director of the Graduate Program in Economics and Management and Director of the Master in Clinical Governance at the Università del Sannio.

He is also Professor of Corporate Finance and Professor of Business Valuation at the Master in Economic and Finance (MEF) at the Università di Napoli Federico II.

His chief research interests lie in the areas of corporate strategy, corporate governance, finance, project finance, shipping finance, healthcare management, venture capital and private equity finance.

He was panelist or track organizer in several editions of the AOM Conference and EURAM Conference. Sits in the editorial board of “Journal of Management and Governance” and acts as referee for many international journals. He is an active consultant for many companies and institutions in Italy and abroad. Sits in the board of directors of Vertis SGR (Private Equity and Venture Capital Fund Management). Independent Director in Napoli Servizi S.p.A. (no-profit organization fully owned by the City of Naples).