Dr Joseph Lee, Co-Director of Centre for Corporate and Commercial Law and Senior lecturer in law, University of Exeter , discusses in a slidecast the role of financial market infrastructures (“FMI”), such as stock exchanges, in generating public goods in the age of digitalisation of data.
He identifies what public goods FMIs can produce, discusses what public interests can be achieved through these public goods and analyses the legal and regulatory implications for FMI’s data management, data policies, and data governance.
This presentation is part of an online seminar FinTech, Governance and Sustainability: Legal Obstacles and Regulatory Challenges.
The project stems from a partnership between the University of Exeter, the University of Geneva and KU Leuven, and falls within the Europe Network Fund (ENF). The project is supported by a University of Exeter Global Partnerships Award. The research team consists of Dr Joseph Lee, Centre for Corporate and Commercial Law, University of Exeter, Prof. Aline Darbellay, Centre for Banking and Finance Law and Department of Corporate Law, University of Geneva, and Prof. Joeri Vananroye, Institute for Commercial and Insolvency Law, KU Leuven.