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If you wish to take this class but have not registered, please come to the TA's office at room No.1804 (NTU College of Law, Tsai Lecture Hall, 8th floor) on Feb.22 (Wed.) during 1:20~5:20pm. and fill in and take the authorization code.
If you have any questions, feel free to come in 1804 during 1:20~5:20 pm. and talk to the TA, Ming-Chan(Jack), Hsieh or contact me via firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
This course will explore various topics relating to financial regulations in Asia, with a particular focus in international financial regulations and the developed in Singapore and Hong Kong, the two biggest international financial centres in East and Southeast Asia outside Japan. The course will focus mainly on banking regulations; but some issues in insurance regulations and capital market regulations will also be compared. Throughout the courses, we will discuss and consider a wide ranges of issues from new global trend in regulatory structure, prudential regulations and to misselling of financial products and OTC derivatives regulation. We will discuss both theoretical issues as well as some details of regulations to allow students to have a bird eye view of key issues facing financial regulators and market participants in the post-Lehman era.
TA ：謝明展(HSIEH, MING-CHAN) E-mail ：email@example.com