Discover the LLM Dubai - lecture and Q&A Session
- Pinsent Masons Dubai Offices - The Offices 1 (adjacent to the Dubai World Trade Centre) -One Central - Dubai
- Arts and Law, Dubai Campus
Legal Issues for enforcement in an era of Judgment-based supervision in UK financial markets
In attendance: Dr Shamini Ragavan, Ben Bailey (Director of Campus Operations (Dubai)), Chris Taylor (Head of Student Recruitment and Marketing Dubai)
As the first global top 100 and UK Russell Group University to establish a campus in Dubai, the University of Birmingham is proud to launch our LLM International Commercial Law programme. As a leader and innovator in legal education, supported by world-class research, we aim to add to the professional education environment in Dubai in partnership with leading firms and legal offices.
To provide an insight into the LLM, Professor Joanna Gray, Professor of Financial Law and Regulation, will be delivering a talk on the topic of ‘Legal Issues for enforcement in an era of Judgment based supervision in UK financial markets’ on 28th April at Pinsent Mason offices in Dubai. This is a chance to hear from a world leading legal expert, experience the Birmingham LLM, and better understand the benefits for students and their employers.
(Local times, GMT+4)
- 18:00 – 18:30: Arrival and Welcome
- 18:30 – 19:00: Professor Joanna Gray on Legal Issues for enforcement
- 19:00 – 19:30: Q&A with the University of Birmingham Dubai Team
- 19:30 – Refreshments and Networking
This talk considers the changes in the UK regulators’ operational framework for conducting supervision that took place in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis. It charts the origins of that shift in approach, considers the changes to statutory powers for regulators flowing from it. In addition, it raises some practical issues for lawyers to consider in relation to use of those powers especially in an enforcement and intervention context.
Professor Gray has many years’ experience lecturing, publishing and consulting in the broad areas of financial markets law and corporate finance law, currently as Professor of Financial Law and Regulation at Birmingham Law School, University of Birmingham. Having taught and supervised students at undergraduate, Masters and PhD level at leading universities including UCL, London, Universities of Strathclyde, Dundee and Newcastle University. She has also conducted executive education and CPD activity for City of London law firms, for clients in the banking and finance sectors and for the IMF, Reserve Bank of India, Turkish Capital Markets Board, the Moroccan Capital Markets Board and financial regulatory staff on the Global Governance Programme at the European University Institute.