Deakin Law School presents:
Financial Technology Law Conference
Friday 15 September 2017
Hosted by Deakin Law School the 2017 Conference will bring legal scholars and practitioners together to explore and discuss the legal regulatory developments and issues emerging from innovations in the realm of financial technology, ‘FinTech’.
Keynote speakers for the conference include Professor Benjamin Geva from Osgood Hall Law School (York University, Canada) and Professor Ross Buckley (UNSW, Sydney).
Prof. Benjamin Geva
Prof. Geva specialises in commercial, financial and banking law and will present his research paper Central Bank Digital Currencies: Implications for Monetary and Financial Stability.
This paper was recently listed in Social Science Research Network’s (SSRN) ‘top ten’ download list for its category and Prof. Geva is also ranked in the top ten per cent of authors on SSRN by total new downloads in the past 12 months.
Prof. Ross Buckley
Prof. Buckley’s research into financial technology law has led to invitations to present his findings to leading international regulatory agencies including AUSTRAC, ASIC and Treasury in Australia, the SEC and Federal Reserve in the US, and to the Monetary Authorities of Hong Kong and Singapore. His research has also been welcomed by the Bank of England.
In early 2017, Prof. Buckley achieved a global ranking of 15th on the basis of SSRN downloads on SSRN in 12 months – the highest ranking of an Australian legal scholar.
View the website for the full Conference program.
Dr Christian Chamorro-Courtland