As of December 1st, 2017, Ebbe Rogge is affiliated with the Institute for Private Law as Lecturer.
Studies and career
Ebbe currently works as a Senior Supervision Officer at the Netherlands Authority for the Financial Markets. Before that, he worked several years as a Technical Specialist within Specialist, Wholesale, and Investment Supervision at the Financial Conduct Authority. As supervisor, he participates in ESMA, EBA and ESRB workgroups. He worked for various investment banks in the City of London, where he led quant teams developing pricing- and risk management models for complex derivatives.
He studied Applied Mathematics at the University of Twente (ingenieur, equivalent to M.Sc.). Returning to university at a later stage, he obtained an M.A. in Japanese Studies (with Distinction) from the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, and an LL.M. in International Corporate Governance, Financial Regulation, and Economic Law (with Distinction) from the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, School of Advanced Studies, University of London. He returned to the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, where he obtained his Ph.D. in Law for his thesis on improving corporate governance at UK banks, including a comparative legal study with changes to corporate governance in Japan.
Ebbe was called to the Bar of England & Wales as a Prince of Wales Scholar by Gray’s Inn (he currently does not hold a practising certificate). He is a Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.
Ebbe is interested in financial law, financial services regulation and corporate governance. He is particularly interested in the comparative legal angles and retains a keen interest in Japan and East Asia generally.
Before teaching at Leiden Law School, Ebbe taught a wide variety of courses at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, including: Contract Law (UG); International Management in Japan & Korea (UG); Financial Analysis (PG); Banking and Capital Markets (PG); and Management in Japan (PG). He now teaches within the Financial Law master’s programme.
- Rogge E. (1 July 2021), Advanced Training - MiFID II / MiFIR and Market Structure (Lecture). Paris: European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA).
- Rogge E. (2021), Corporate Governance en Compliance: twee stukjes van een verschillende puzzel?, Tijdschrift voor Compliance 2021(2): 83-89.
- Koper A., Rogge E., Segers F. & Blaauw J. (2021), The Governance of Compliance - Redactioneel, Tijdschrift voor Compliance 2021(2): 75-76.
- Rogge E. (28 April 2021), Regulating Multinational Banks [Book Launch 'Multinational Enterprises and the Law' and Panel Discussion] (Lecture). Oxford: Bonavero Institute of Human Rights, University of Oxford.
- Rogge E. (2021), Regulating Multinational Banks. In: Multinational Enterprises and the Law [Third edition]. Oxford International Law Library Oxford: Oxford University Press. 385-424.
- Mak K.W. & Rogge E. (2021), Comparative Studies between UK-Listed and Japan-Listed Banks, European journal of comparative law and governance .
- Ohnesorge L.G.L. & Rogge E. (2021), Europe's Green Policy: Towards a Climate Neutral Economy by Way of Investors' Choice, European Company Law 18(1): 34-39.
- Kroesemeijer R., Rogge E. & Veenker J. (2020), Standaardisatie en transparantie bij duurzame obligaties, Tijdschrift voor Compliance 2020(5): 251-258.
- Rogge E. (3 April 2020), Roundtable: Effectiveness of hard and soft law intervention by European Supervisory Authorities in the ESFS (Lecture). London: King’s College London.
- Rogge E. (2020), Review of: Busch D., Ferrarini G., Solinge G. van (eds) (2019) Governance of Financial Institutions, Common Market Law Review 57(4): 1318-1320.
- Loonen A.J.C.C.M. & Rogge E. (2019), Beleggingsdiensten, financiële instrumenten en financiële producten. In: Haentjens M., Raas R.P., Rank W.A.K. (Eds.) Compendium Financieel Recht. Den Haag: Sdu. 37-74.
- Campuzano N.A. & Rogge E. (2019), Marktmisbruik bij grensoverschrijdende overnames, Tijdschrift voor Compliance 2019(6): 403-411.
- Rogge E. (2019), Review of: Wolff A.K. (2019) Cooperation Mechanisms within the Administrative Framework of European Financial Supervision, Schriften zum Finanzrecht und Währungsrecht, Common Market Law Review 56(5): 1433-1435.
- Rogge E. (2019), Transnational Financial Rulemaking: An Application of Comparative Law & Global Legal Pluralism, Review of Banking and Financial Law 39(1): 499-548.
- Rogge E. (2018), Review of: Ventoruzzo M., Mock S. (2017) Market Abuse Regulation. Commentary and Annotated Guide, Common Market Law Review 55(5): 1672-1673.
- Rogge E. (30 November 2016), Better Banking for Britain (PhD thesis, School of Law, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London). Supervisor(s) and Co-supervisor(s): Muchlinski P.T., Foster N.H.
- Rogge E. (2015), Tackling Tax Evasion, Gray’s Inn Student Law Journal VII: 43-52.
- Rogge E. (7 March 2005), Advanced Credit Risk Measurement and Modelling Techniques (Lecture). London: RISK Training.
- Friend A. & Rogge E. (2005), Correlation at First Sight, Economic Notes 34(2): 155-183.
- Rogge E. (19 November 2004), CDO Training Course (Lecture). London: RISK Training.
- Rogge E. (7 June 2004), V International Conference, Managing Financial Risk (Lecture). Verona: Università degli Studi di Verona.
- Rogge E. & Schönbucher P.J. (2003), Modelling Dynamic Portfolio Credit Risk. [Working paper].
- Senior Beleidsadviseur
- Redactielid Tijdschrift voor Compliance