Centre for Banking & Finance Law

Researcher Programme


  Prof TJIO Hans
Co-Director in Charge
  Prof Alexander LOKE
Academic Adviser Researcher Programme


  Researcher Research Topic
  Jonathan SCOTT-LEE
Adjunct Senior Research Fellow
2 Apr 2018 - 1 Apr 2019
Lessons for Big-Tech from the Regulation of the Financial Services Industry
  Dominika NESTARCOVA
Research Associate
11 Dec 2017 - 10 Jun 2018
Legal risks in distributed ledger technologies and the legality of smart contracts in Singapore
  Petrina TAN Tjin Yi
Adjunct Research Fellow
8 Nov 2017 - 3 Aug 2018
Institutional Investors and Stewardship: A Comparison of the UK and Malaysian Perspective
  XIA Daile
Adjunct Researcher
8 Nov 2017 - 7 May 2018

Visiting Researcher
8 Feb 2017 - 7 Nov 2017
Corporate Distribution

Shadow Banking
  FOO Xian Yong Harold
Adjunct Researcher
1 Dec 2016 - 31 May 2018
Singapore Rising: An Asian Restructuring Hub
  Assoc Prof Arlo Daniel John AWREY
Adjunct Researcher
9 May 2017 - 8 May 2018
9 May 2016 - 8 May 2017
11 Aug 2014 - 10 Aug 2015
Derivatives Deconstructed

Law and Liquidity in the Shadow Payment System

The Euromoney Problem

The Limits of Private Ordering Within Modern Financial Markets

The Shadow Payment System
  POH Chu Chai
Researcher
1 Jun 2015 - 30 Jun 2018
 
  SHENG Jin
Senior Research Fellow
5 Oct 2017 - 5 Oct 2018
The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) and the Belt and Road Initiative: A Parallel IFI of the Global Financial System
  Jodi GARDNER
Adjunct Senior Research Fellow
1 Feb 2015 – 30 Sep 2018

 
Unsecured Credit, Moneylending & Protection of a Social Minimum in Singapore

Regulating Moneylending in Singapore: Looking at All Sides

Unsecured Credit Limitations and Personal Insolvency in Singapore: Are We Creating a Causal Link?
  Nelson GOH Kian Thong
Adjunct Researcher
18 Sep 2013 – 17 Sep 2018
 
Assignment of Treaty Claims

Enforcement Against Sovereign Wealth Funds

(Reverse Mortgage) Navigating the Minefield of Equity Release Products

Banking Documentation and Contractual Estoppel: Commercially Sensible or Anomalous?


Former Researchers