Since 2017, Ross Spence is connected to the EURO-CEFG/Leiden University as a PhD Fellow.
Ross Spence is a University of Edinburgh, School of Law, graduate; he holds an LLB (Hons) and an LLM (with distinction) in international banking law and finance. During his studies, Ross has worked as a legal intern at both Clifford Chance and HBJ Gateley solicitors. He is also the recipient of various academic awards, in particular, the prestigious Anderson Strathern Mooting Quaich and the Comparative Law Hart Publishing Prize. Ross commenced his PhD fellowship with EURO-CEFG/Leiden University in 2017.
EURO-CEFG/Law; Leiden; 2017.
Title of dissertation
Regulating Shadow Banking.
International Banking Law and Finance.
Courses within institution associated with
Native English speaker and currently learning French and Dutch.
- Faculteit Rechtsgeleerdheid
- Instituut voor Privaatrecht
- Financieel Recht
- Haentjens M. (ed.), Diamant Y., Siena J., Spence R. & Zacaroli A. (2020), Financial Collateral: Law and Practice: Oxford University Press.
- Parchimowicz K. & Spence R. (2020), Basel IV Postponed: A Chance to Regulate Shadow Banking?, Erasmus Law Review 13(2).
- Spence R. (2020), The Role of Shadow Banking in the Capital Markets Union. In: Silva Morais L. (Ed.) Major trends in Banking Union and Capital Markets Union - Jean Monnet Project 'Reform of Global Governance of EMU'. Lisboa: CIRSF Jean Monnet Project. 75-101.
- Spence R. (27 November 2018), Bridging the Gaps in EU Financial Regulation: A shadow banking perspective. Leiden Law Blog [blog entry].
- Guo S. & Spence R. (27 August 2018), A solution to a problem or a problem to a solution: The extraordinary Chinese debt problem. Leiden Law Blog [blog entry].
- Spence R. (20 November 2017), The Shadow Banking Conundrum. Leiden Law Blog [blog entry].
- Spence R. (27 October 2017), Regulating shadow banking (Lecture). European Centre for Economic and Financial Governance, Wroclaw.
- Spence R.A. (2017), Corporate Finance and the Role of Lawyers, Edinburgh Student Law Review 3(2): 102-113.
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