L Lu, ‘Black Swans and Grey Rhinos: Demystifying China’s Financial Risks and the Financial Regulatory Reform’ (2018) 33 Butterworths Journal of International Banking and Financial Law 594-597

In October 2018, Dr Lerong Lu published an article "Black Swans and Grey Rhinos: Demystifying China's Financial Risks and the Financial Regulatory Reform" in (2018) 33 Journal of International Banking and Financial Law 594-597. Abstract: China now has a gigantic financial industry worth trillions of dollars. Its banks and insurance companies are among the largest in … Continue reading L Lu, ‘Black Swans and Grey Rhinos: Demystifying China’s Financial Risks and the Financial Regulatory Reform’ (2018) 33 Butterworths Journal of International Banking and Financial Law 594-597

L Lu, ‘Solving the SME Financing Puzzle: Has Online P2P Lending Got the Midas Touch?’ (2018) 33 Journal of International Banking Law and Regulation 449-460

In November 2018, Dr Lerong Lu published an article "Solving the SME Financing Puzzle: Has Online P2P Lending Got the Midas Touch?" in  Journal of International Banking Law and Regulation (2018), Vol. 33, Issue 12, pp. 449-460. Abstract: This article investigates the financing dilemma of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the UK. After the … Continue reading L Lu, ‘Solving the SME Financing Puzzle: Has Online P2P Lending Got the Midas Touch?’ (2018) 33 Journal of International Banking Law and Regulation 449-460

L Lu, ‘Promoting SME Finance in the Context of the Fintech Revolution: A Case Study of the UK’s Practice and Regulation’ (2018) 33 Banking and Finance Law Review 317-343

In November 2018, Dr Lerong Lu published an article "Promoting SME Finance in the Context of the Fintech Revolution: A Case Study of the UK's Practice and Regulation" in Banking and Finance Law Review (2018), Vol. 33(3), pp. 317-343. English Abstract: Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) play a significant role in most European economies. In the … Continue reading L Lu, ‘Promoting SME Finance in the Context of the Fintech Revolution: A Case Study of the UK’s Practice and Regulation’ (2018) 33 Banking and Finance Law Review 317-343

L Lu, ‘Decoding Alipay: Mobile Payments, a Cashless Society and Regulatory Challenges’ in JIBFL 2018, Vol.33(1), pp. 40-43.

In January 2018, Dr Lerong Lu published an article 'Decoding Alipay: Mobile Payments, a Cashless Society and Regulatory Challenges' in the Butterworths Journal of International Banking and Financial Law (2018), Vol. 33(1), pp. 40-43. Abstract: The financial industry has witnessed the so-called “fintech revolution” in recent years. Due to the emergence of information technologies such … Continue reading L Lu, ‘Decoding Alipay: Mobile Payments, a Cashless Society and Regulatory Challenges’ in JIBFL 2018, Vol.33(1), pp. 40-43.

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

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)