News: Churchill Fellow’s monograph named among best banking law books of all time
Published: 26 Jul 2018
Churchill Fellow Dr Alison Lui’s first monograph ‘Financial Stability and Prudential Regulation: A Comparative Approach to the UK, US, Canada, Australia and Germany’ has been named one of the best Banking Law books of all time by BookAuthority. BookAuthority compiles books recommended by the world's most successful CEOs, business leaders and experts.
Alison’s book examines the regulatory frameworks and systems of banks in the United Kingdom, Australia, the United States, Canada and Germany. The book also looks at central banks’ roles of crisis management, resolution and prudential regulation.
Reflecting on the book’s success, Alison said:
“It is a real honour and privilege for my book to be listed as one of the best Banking Law books. I am very much encouraged by the success of this book and will continue to work hard on my research.”
For her Fellowship travels in 2011, Alison researched corporate governance and regulation of banks in the USA and Canada.
Highlights from her trip included working at the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto, interviewing a representative of the Canadian financial regulator and meeting corporate governance and regulation experts at Harvard University.
Of her Fellowship, Alison said:
“The experience was very useful towards my understanding of corporate governance and regulation of banks in the USA and Canada and contributed to the writing of certain chapters of my book.”