Alison Lui

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Alison Lui

Fellow’s Profile

Alison Lui

Corporate governance and regulation of banks

Fellowship

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Focus

Improving the governance and regulation of banking services by learning from academic and practical knowledge

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Fellowship year

2011

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Biography

I am a reader in corporate and financial law and Associate Dean of Global Engagement at Liverpool John Moores University. During my Churchill Fellowship, I investigated corporate governance and regulation issues in Canadian and US banks. This was a timely project as my Fellowship was in 2011, not long after the financial crisis of 2007-2009. I am interested in this topic because of the global nature of the financial system, the relationship between prudential regulation and financial stability and the role of responsible capitalism in the financial sector. Since my Fellowship, I have published a monograph (Financial Stability and Prudential Regulation: A Comparative Approach to the UK, US, Canada, Australia and Germany), which is listed as one of the best and bestselling banking law books of all time. I have published widely on the same topics in top peer-reviewed academic journals. Through my work I have created fora for discussions on financial regulation and challenged existing rules.

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