Nick Campuzano is a PhD-fellow affiliated to the Hazelhoff Centre of Financial Law, part of the Institute of Private Law, since the 1st of September 2018.
Campuzano has graduated from Leiden Law School in 2018. He holds a master’s degree (LLM) in financial law and has graduated cum laude. During his study he has followed an internship at a bank and an internship at a law firm. He has also worked as a junior lecturer and researcher for the Hazelhoff Centre for Financial Law.
Since September 2018 he works as a PhD-fellow at the Hazelhoff Centre for Financial Law. His current research interests include benchmarks, market abuse and financial markets.
Title research: The regulation of financial benchmarks.
- Campuzano N.A. (2019), Benchmarkmanipulatie: het causaal verband tussen een geschonden gedragsnorm uit de BMR en manipulatieschade, Maandblad voor Ondernemingsrecht 2019(7): 203-211.
- Campuzano N.A. & Rogge E. (2019), Marktmisbruik bij grensoverschrijdende overnames, Tijdschrift voor Compliance 2019(6): 403-411.
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