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 - The Rule Against Penalties: Resolving Controversies
By Mr John Eldridge
Date: 9 November 2018

The Project Finance Academy
14-16 November 2018

Announcements & News
CBFL congratulates our Senior Research Fellow, Poh Chu Chai on the publication of his book, Banking Law (3rd edn) by LexisNexis. Further details about the book are available here.

CBFL Report 1807 on Corporate Power vs. State Power: Multiple Roles of the State in the Financialization Process of China's State Capitalism by Senior Research Fellow Jin Sheng.

CBFL Report 1806 on Development Finance in the Context of 'One Belt, One Road' Initiative: An Evolution or Devolution? by Senior Research Fellow Jin Sheng.

Hans Tjio speaks at OMFIF-SEACEN Forum on Evaluating the Appropriate Supervisory Approach and Governance Frameworks to Mitigate Emerging Misconduct Risk in the Financial Sector (4 Sep 2018).

CBFL Report 1805 on Malaysian Blockchain Regulatory Report Launch and Forum by Research Associate Dominika Nestarcova.

Dora Neo joins expert panels at the 2018 South East Asia Survey of Letter and Credit Law and Practice, Singapore, 16-17 July 2018 and the South East Asia Guarantee & Standby Forum, 18 July 2018. Both events were held in Singapore and organised by the Institute of International Banking Law and Practice (Montgomery Village, USA).

CBFL is pleased to jointly organise the symposium: Secured Transactions Law in Asia with EW Barker Centre for Law & Business and Commercial Law Centre, Harris Manchester College, University of Oxford (26-27 July 2018). Details of the symposium here.

CBFL congratulates our student affiliates, Kenneth Ong Kang Ying, Allen Sng Kiat Peng and Chen Shilun on the completion of the World Universities Comparative Law Project: Legal Rating of Singapore.

Publication: Sandra Booysen, "Cheques: to be or not to be?" (2018) 4 Journal of Business Law pp 283-299.

Sandra Booysen presents "Singapore, the GFC and International Bank Regulatory Norms" at the Regulation of the Banking Sector: Challenges and Emerging Issues, 10-11 May 2018, University of Bristol, United Kingdom.

CBFL is pleased to jointly organise the Symposium: Hedge Funds and Alternative Investment Funds in Hong Kong and Singapore with HK Commercial and Maritime Law Centre, City University of Hong Kong.
Details of the symposium here.

Hans Tjio's working paper on 'Restructuring the Bond Market in Singapore' was recently listed on SSRN's Top Ten download list for: LSN:Bankruptcy, 28 April 2018. See his paper here.
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