Stanislav Sokolinski is an Assistant Professor of Finance at Michigan State University's Broad College of Business. He holds both undergraduate and master’s degrees in economics from Hebrew University and a Ph.D. in Economics from Harvard University. Stanislav’s research portfolio encompasses various facets of non-bank financial intermediation and asset management, with a primary focus on institutional investors, financial advisory services, and the evolving landscape of fintech wealth management. Before joining academia, Stanislav served as an advisor to the Director General of the Israeli Ministry of Finance, contributing to capital market reforms in Israel. For further insights into his research and academic pursuits, please visit his personal website at https://stanislavsokolinski.wordpress.com.