Integration and Interconnectedness in Global Finance Conference (24-25 June 2016)

Integration and Interconnectedness in Global Finance
Journal of Financial Regulation 2016 Annual Conference

Jointly organized with

Asian Institute of International Financial Law, University of Hong Kong
Centre for Banking and Finance Law, National University of Singapore
Centre for Cross-Border Commercial Law in Asia, Singapore Management University
Faculty of Law, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Institute of Comparative Law, University of Paris 2 Pantheon Assa
School of Law, City University of Hong Kong


RGC Theme-based Research Scheme Project:
“Enhancing Hong Kong’s Future as a Leading International Financial Centre”

24-25 June 2016
Faculty of Law, The University of Hong Kong 

Programme  /  Conference Photos

Presentations are available to download:

FinTech and RegTech: Opportunities and Challenges (Douglas Arner)

Liquidity Effects from Asian Market Linkages: Structural Improvement or Liberalization? (Donald David)

Whatever it Takes: The Real Effects of Unconventional Monetary Policy (Christian Eufinger)

Central Bank Lending of Last Resort (Christian Hofmann)

The Limits of Globalizing Basel: Why Regulators Around the World are Responding Differently to Basel Banking Standards (Emily Jones and Alexandra Zeitz)

The Role of Law in the Evolution of Financial Bundles (Kathryn Judge)

What Next for Asia’s Financial Architecture?: A Korean Perspective (Hwa-Jin Kim)

Who Should Regulate FinTech? (Matthias Lehmann)

Toward Global Regulatory Harmonisation: Mandatory Margining for Non-cleared Swaps (Keith Noyes)

Global Investment Banks are all Becoming American: What are the Policy Issues? (Dirk Schoenmaker)

Cross-sectoral Resolution of Financial Institutions in the European Union (Mirik van Rijn)

Cross-Border Public Offering of Securities in Fostering an Integrated ASEAN Securities Market: The Experiences of Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand (Wai Yee Wan)

How Do Regulatory Practices Spread? (David Zaring)

The Financial Statecraft of Debtors: A Diversified Financing Landscape and the Bargaining Power of African Sovereign Borrowers (Alexandra Zeitz)