L Lu, ‘How a little ant challenges giant banks? The rise of Ant Financial (Alipay)’s fintech empire and relevant regulatory concerns’ in ICCLR 2018, 29(1), pp.12-30

In December 2017, Dr Lerong Lu published an article 'How a little ant challenges giant banks? The rise of Ant Financial (Alipay)'s fintech empire and relevant regulatory concerns' in the International Company and Commercial Law Review 2018, Vol. 29(1), pp. 12-30. Abstract: This article examines the development, business model, legal and regulatory aspects of the world’s largest … Continue reading L Lu, ‘How a little ant challenges giant banks? The rise of Ant Financial (Alipay)’s fintech empire and relevant regulatory concerns’ in ICCLR 2018, 29(1), pp.12-30

Journal Update: Banking & Finance Law Review, Vol. 32 (3), Aug 2017

This post lists the index of Banking & Finance Law Review, Vol. 32 (3), Aug 2017.  It is of interest to legal practitioners and academics in the field of banking and finance law.   For the full access of following articles, please visit the ProQuest Database or purchase the hard copies of BFLR. Articles: "A … Continue reading Journal Update: Banking & Finance Law Review, Vol. 32 (3), Aug 2017

Index: Journal of International Banking & Financial Law (2017), Vol.32(10)

This post lists the index of Journal of International Banking & Financial Law (2017), Vol.32, Issue 10, November.  It is of interest to legal practitioners and academics in the field of banking and finance law. For the full access of following articles, please visit the Lexis Library or purchase the hard copies of JIBFL.

L Lu, ‘Fintech and Challenger Banks in the UK: Gap Fillers or Real Challengers?’ in JIBLR (2017), Vol.32(7)

In July 2017, Dr Lerong Lu published an article in the  Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation. It examines the rising financial technology (or fintech) sector in the UK and globally, by focusing on digital-focused challenger banks like Shawbrook, Aldremore and Atom Bank. The article provides an in-depth analysis of relevant regulatory issues, including … Continue reading L Lu, ‘Fintech and Challenger Banks in the UK: Gap Fillers or Real Challengers?’ in JIBLR (2017), Vol.32(7)

Latest Issue: Banking & Finance Law Review, Apr 2017, Vol. 32 (2)

Andrew Godwin,  Steve Kourabas and Ian Ramsay, 'Financial Stability Authorities and Macroprudential Regulation' Banking & Finance Law Review, Vol.32.2 (Apr 2017): 223-254. Abstract: One of the key lessons to come from the Global Financial Crisis (GFC) was that regulation in many jurisdictions was missing an overarching policy framework for financial stability. In response, reformers have increasingly looked … Continue reading Latest Issue: Banking & Finance Law Review, Apr 2017, Vol. 32 (2)

L Lu and L Lu, ‘Unveiling China’s Stock Market Bubble: Margin Financing, the Leveraged Bull and Governmental Responses’ in JIBFL (2017), Vol.32(4)

In April 2017, Dr Lerong Lu and Ms Longjie Lu (PhD Candidate, School of Law, University of Leeds) published an article in the  Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation. From 2014–15, China witnessed a super bull in its stock market, as the major SSE Composite Index was more than doubled, but it was followed … Continue reading L Lu and L Lu, ‘Unveiling China’s Stock Market Bubble: Margin Financing, the Leveraged Bull and Governmental Responses’ in JIBFL (2017), Vol.32(4)

Index: Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation (2017) Vol.32(1)-(9)

This article lists the index of Journal of International Banking & Financial Law (2017) Vol.32, 1-9 issues. For a full access of articles below, please use your Westlaw account to log in via the links provided. Vol.32(1) Banking union: doctrinal considerations on the legal nature of the ECB's close co-operation with non-euro area Member States J.I.B.L.R. … Continue reading Index: Journal of International Banking Law & Regulation (2017) Vol.32(1)-(9)

L Lu, ‘Private Banks in China: Origin, Challenges and Regulatory Implications’ in BFLR (2016), Vol. 31(3)

In July 2016, Dr Lerong Lu published an article in the Banking & Finance Law Review, investigating China's latest financial reform to open up its banking sector to private investors. For a long time, China's banking sector has been dominated by state-owned lenders, such as the "Big Four": the Bank of China (BOC), the China Construction … Continue reading L Lu, ‘Private Banks in China: Origin, Challenges and Regulatory Implications’ in BFLR (2016), Vol. 31(3)

L Lu, ‘Runaway bosses in China: Private lending, credit crunches and the regulatory response’ in FRI (2015), Vol. 18(9)

In November 2015, Dr Lerong Lu published an article at Financial Regulation International, which examines the financing difficulty facing China's private businesses, and how they on the private lending market to raise funds. Private lending refers to moneylending activities outside the banking sector and it is widely used by Chinese entrepreneurs as a popular alternative financing channel. … Continue reading L Lu, ‘Runaway bosses in China: Private lending, credit crunches and the regulatory response’ in FRI (2015), Vol. 18(9)