Financial Regulation in China: the Bygone, the Current, and the Future Regimes
AbstractChina’s financial regulatory regime has gone through an amazing journey in the past few decades. From a mono-banking system to today’s multi-layer financial systems, how the laws and regulations have facilitated this process? Furthermore, given China’s significant impacts to the world today, what particular developments are needed, in the spectrum of the financial laws and regulations? This public lecture offers the insight as to the primary establishment and subsequent reforms of China’s financial regulatory regime.
Dr. Jing Bian, Senior Lecturer of Financial Law, University of Greenwich and Fellow of EURICS
Prof. Federico M. Mucciarelli, Professor of Business Law, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia
Dr. Jing Bian is a Senior Lecturer in Financial Law in the School of Law & Criminology, University of Greenwich. She is the Founder and Programme Leader for MSc. Law, Regulation and the International Financial System, and the Founder and Leader for research unit FinLED: Financial Industry: Law, Ethics & Development. She has published widely on the comparative financial regulation aspect, as well as China related issues. Dr. Jing Bian has a track record with research and practical projects for international institutions as well as international transactions. She has solid practical and commercial experiences. She is a Trust and Estate Practitioner in England and Wales, a full member of the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment, and a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. She has held a number of roles in legal, financial institutions, and regulatory body. Dr Jing Bian has extensive work experiences in Mainland China, Hong Kong SAR, and the UK.
Prof. Federico M. Mucciarelli is a full professor of business law at the Department of Economics of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia. He was previously a Reader in law at SOAS University of London, and an assistant professor at the University of Bologna. He got a JD from the University of Bologna (1996), an LL.M. from the University of Heidelberg (2000), and a PhD in business law from the University of Brescia (2003). He was visiting scholar in many research institutes and University, such as the Max-Planck Institut of Hamburg, the University of Oxford and the IALS of London. He worked at the Banca d’Italia (2000 – 2001). Prof. Mucciarelli has written several articles, published on Italian and international journals, on topics related to domestic and international company, insolvency and capital market law, with a particular focus on takeover regulation (he published a book on defensive measures against takeover bids in 2004 and a general book on takeover regulation in 2014) and international company law (among other publications, he published a book on cross border transfer of registered office in 2010). He acted as one of the principal investigators for the ‘Study on the Law Applicable to Companies’ drafted for the European Commission and published in 2016.
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