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Dan Awrey

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Associate Professor of Law and Finance

Dan Awrey is an Associate Professor of Law and Finance and Academic Director of the MSc in Law and Finance programme.  Before entering academia, Dan served as legal counsel to a global investment management firm and, prior to that, as an associate practicing corporate finance and securities law with a major Canadian law firm.

Dan's teaching and research interests reside in the area of financial regulation and, more specifically, the regulation of banks, non-bank financial intermediaries, collective investment schemes, derivatives markets, and financial market infrastructure.

Dan holds degrees from Queen's University (B.A., LL.B.), the University of Toronto (LL.M.) and Oxford University (D.Phil.). 

 



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Journal Articles

D Awrey, 'Law and Finance in the Chinese Shadow Banking System' (2015) 48 Cornell International Law Journal [forthcoming]

D Awrey, 'The Limits of Private Ordering Within Modern Financial Markets' (2015) 34 Review of Banking and Financial Law [forthcoming]

D Awrey, W Blair and D Kershaw, 'Between Law and Markets: Is there a Role for Culture and Ethics in Financial Regulation?' (2013) 38:1 Delaware Journal of Corporate Law 191

D Awrey, 'Toward a Supply-side Theory of Financial Innovation' (2013) 41:2 Journal of Comparative Economics 401

D Awrey, 'Complexity, Innovation and the Regulation of Modern Financial Markets' (2012) 2:2 Harvard Business Law Review 235

D Awrey, 'Regulating Financial Innovation: A More Principles-based Alternative?' (2011) 5:2 Brooklyn Journal of Corporate, Financial and Commercial Law 273

D Awrey, 'The Limits of EU Hedge Fund Regulation' (2011) 5:2 Law and Financial Markets Review 119

D Awrey, 'The Dynamics of OTC Derivatives Regulation: Bridging the Public-Private Divide' (2010) 11:2 European Business Organization Law Review 155

D Awrey, 'The FSA, Integrated Regulation and the Curious Case of OTC Derivatives' (2010) 13:1 University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law 101

D Awrey, 'Principles, Prescriptions and Polemics: Regulating Conflicts of Interest in the Canadian Investment Fund Industry' (2009) 32 Dalhousie Law Journal 69

D Awrey and Henry Dinsdale, 'Secondary Picketing in Canada: Thoughts for the Pepsi Generation' (2004) 29 Queen's Law Journal 789

Chapters

D Awrey and David Kershaw, 'Toward a More Ethical Culture in Finance: Governance and Regulatory Strategies' in Nicholas Morris and David Vines (eds), Capital Failure: Rebuilding Trust in Financial Services (Oxford University Press 2014) [...]

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Others

D Awrey, 'Macro-Prudential Financial Regulation: Panacea or Placebo?' (2009) 3 Amsterdam Law Forum 17


News

2014 MLF Alumni Event, London

The 2014 annual gathering of alumni in London proved to be a popular event with nearly 60 past and present MLF students joining together to enjoy the hospitality of Hogan Lovells on the spectacular top floor of Atlantic House […]

Vancouver Alumni Tea Party

In conjunction with the University’s North American reception in Vancouver on 18 March 2013, the Faculty of Law hosted a tea party for Law alumni.  Dr Dan Awrey, University Lecturer in Law and Finance, spoke on current developments in the Law Faculty including the Msc in Law & Finance and the appointment of Catherine Redgwell as the new Chichele Professor of Public International Law.  As always with Law alumni gatherings, the event brought together alumni who studied law, as well as those who read another subject in Oxford and went on to practice law […]

Other details

Director, Masters in Law and Finance

Correspondence address:

Linacre College
St Cross Road, Oxford OX1 3JA





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