Financial Regulation in a Global Market: Moving Beyond The State

Venue: London House, Goodenough College

Location: London WC1N 2AB, London WC1N 2AB, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Jun 10, 2011 End Date/Time: Jun 10, 2011
Abstract Submission Date: May 04, 2011
Paper Submission Date: May 04, 2011
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British Institute of International and Comparative Law
Annual Conference 2011

Financial Regulation in a Global Market:
Moving Beyond The State

Friday 10 June 2011 09:30 to 17:30

Venue: London House, Goodenough College, Mecklenburgh Square, Bloomsbury, London WC1N 2AB


8.30–9.00 Registration

9.00–9.15 Welcome

Professor Robert McCorquodale, Director, British Institute of International and Comparative Law


9.15– 10.00 Keynote Address

10.00-10.30 Morning Coffee/Tea

10.30-12.00 Session One – Panel 1
Investment Panel – International Investment Law in the Age of Sovereign Wealth Funds

Chair: T.B.C.

Professor Gordon Clark, Oxford University, Co-Leader of the Oxford Project on “The Geopolotics and Governance of Sovereign Wealth Funds”
David Gaukrodger, Senior Legal Consultant, Investment Division, OECD Directorate & Financial Enterprise Affairs
Michael Nolan, Senior Partner, Milbank, Tweed, Hadly & McCloy LLP (Washington) & Adjunct Professor of Law, Georgetown University Law Centre

10.30-12.00 Session One – Panel 2
Supervisory Structure – Does it matter?

Chair: Clive Briault, Risk and Regulation Consulting Ltd

Professor Kern Alexander, University of Zurich & Judge Institute Cambridge
Nick Weinreb, Executive Director, Regulation NYSE Euronext
Jane Welch Visiting Fellow, European Financial Services Law, British Institute of International and Comparative Law

12:00-12.45 Lunch

British Institute of International and Comparative Law development campaign update

12.45-14.15 Session Two – Panel One
EU Law – Combating Cross-Border Financial Crime in the EU

Chair: Ros Wright CBE, QC Chairwoman, Fraud Advisory Panel

Detective Superintendent Robert Wishart, City of London Police
Stephen Gentle, Kingsley Napley LLP
Glyn Powell, Serious Fraud Office
Carlo van Heuckelom, Head of the Criminal Finances & Technology Unit, Europol

12.45-14.15 Session Two – Panel Two
Islamic Law – Islamic Finance & Financial Regulations

Chair: Justice William Blair

Richard De Belder
Malik Dahlan, Quraysh Institution
Dr. Amr Marar, Latham & Watkins Saudi Arabia (T.B.C)

14.15 – 14.45 Afternoon Tea/Coffee

14.45-16.15 Session Three – Panel One

Competition Law – Competition Policy, State Aid & Financial Institutions

Chair: Peter-Carlo Lehrell, FIPRA

Diane Coyle OBE
Christian Ahlborn, Linklaters
Luis Correia da Silva, Oxera

14.45-16.15
Session Three – Panel Two
Private International Law – Financial Regulation Hitting the Reality of Private Cross-Border Relations

Chair Joanna Perkins, Director, Finanical Markets Law Committee, Bank of England

Peter Werner, Senior Director, Policy, ISDA
Professor Francisco Garcimartin Alferez, University Rey Juan Carlos, Madrid
Professor Matthias Lehmann, University of Halle-Wittenberg

16.15-17.45 Session Four
Public International Law – International Regulation of Bribery and Corruption

Chair T.B.C.

Speakers T.B.C.


16.15 – 17.45 Young Professionals Panel

Chair. T.B.C .

17.45-18.30 Drinks Reception



Sponsor: Shell International B.V.

Venue

Mecklenburgh Square, Bloomsbury
London WC1N 2AB
United Kingdom
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Additional Information

CALL FOR PAPERS The theme of the conference will be: 'Financial Regulation in a Global Market: Moving Beyond The State'. The Institute invites young scholars and professionals to submit a proposal for papers to be delivered at the conference. This call for proposal is detailed in the attached document. All papers should be sent in the first instance by email to Mrs Sandra Homewood at s.homewood@biicl.org. The proposals will then be considered by members of the Conference Steering Group. The outcome of the review will be announced in May 2011. Unfortunately, the British Institute of International and Comparative Law will not be able to cover travel expenses for successful applicants.