Centre for Banking & Finance Law

About CBFL

The Centre for Banking & Finance Law (CBFL) at the Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore, seeks to generate scholarship and promote thinking about the vibrancy, robustness and soundness of the banking sector, capital markets and other financial services. Through the research our scholars undertake and the events we organise, we seek to create and share knowledge, to engage stakeholders in an exchange of ideas, and to enhance the appreciation of legal and regulatory issues. We aim to bring greater theoretical and analytical clarity to these issues, to examine their policy impact, and to be a catalyst for ideas on how to improve banking and financial systems at the national, regional and global levels.


Upcoming Events
CBFL Seminar Series - Mis-selling of Financial Products: Recent Developments
Speaker: Christopher Hare, Visiting Associate Professor
Date: 27 August 2019
Time: 4.00pm to 5.30pm
Venue: NUS (Bukit Timah Campus), Eu Tong Sen Building Level 1, Lee Sheridan Conference Room
CBFL Working Paper Presentation: Open Banking in Singapore (By invitation only)
Speaker: Ms Emma Leong, Research Assistant
Date: 29 August 2019
Time: 12.30pm to 2.00pm
Venue: NUS (Bukit Timah Campus), Block B Level 2, Conference Room (next to CBFL)


News & Announcements
CBFL is pleased to welcome our Post-Doctoral Fellow, Zhou Qin, Alex.

CBFL EXCO member, Lin Lin published two journal articles:
CBLF EXCO member, Lin Lin presented an invited paper on 'Contractual Innovation in China's Venture Capital Market' at the Chicago-Tsinghua Junior Faculty Forum 2019.

CBFL Academic Fellow, Rachel Leow published two journal articles:
Jin Sheng, CBFL Senior Research Fellow, made a presentation on 'Cryptocurrency and Fintech Related Financial Risk: An International Perspective' at the 8th EU-China Relations [more]

CBFL congratulates Dora Neo, Hans Tjio and Lan Luh Luh on the publication of their book, Financial Services Law and Regulation. Details of the book can be found here.

Assistant Professor Lin Lin was invited to contribute to the report on "Early Lessons on Regulatory Innovations to Enable Inclusive FinTech: Innovation Offices, Regulatory Sandboxes, and RegTech" (more)

 
 
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