The Chair of European and Comparative Financial Law comprises both public and private law
aspects of regulation of the financial sector and its actors, such as banks, insurance companies, collective investment schemes and investment firms. It includes topics such as macro-prudential supervision (systemic risk), the effectiveness of the European supervisory framework, market abuse, the public offering of securities, the European Banking Union and Capital Markets Union, sustainable finance, the impact of Brexit on financial markets regulation, and the significance of technological developments for financial sector regulation (FinTech). The Chair covers topics
regarding the assessment of management board members by financial supervisors and
remuneration in the financial sector. It also covers relevant private law aspects such as the banks’ duty of care towards investors and civil liability of financial supervisors. The Chair of
European and Comparative Financial Law operates at the interface between law, finance and economics.
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