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Routledge Handbook of Financial Technology and Law

Edited by: Iris H-Y Chiu , Gudula Deipenbrock

Print publication date:  April  2021
Online publication date:  April  2021

Print ISBN: 9780367344146
eBook ISBN: 9780429325670
Adobe ISBN:

10.4324/9780429325670
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Book description

Financial technology is rapidly changing and shaping financial services and markets. These changes are considered making the future of finance a digital one.This Handbook analyses developments in the financial services, products and markets that are being reshaped by technologically driven changes with a view to their policy, regulatory, supervisory and other legal implications. The Handbook aims to illustrate the crucial role the law has to play in tackling the revolutionary developments in the financial sector by offering a framework of legally enforceable principles and values in which such innovations might take place without threatening the acquis of financial markets law and more generally the rule of law and basic human rights.

With contributions from international leading experts, topics will include: 

  • Policy, High-level Principles, Trends and Perspectives
  • Fintech and Lending
  • Fintech and Payment Services
  • Fintech, Investment and Insurance Services
  • Fintech, Financial Inclusion and Sustainable Finance
  • Cryptocurrencies and Cryptoassets
  • Markets and Trading
  • Regtech and Suptech

This Handbook will be of great relevance for practitioners and students alike, and a first reference point for academics researching in the fields of banking and financial markets law.

Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Chapter  1:  Artificial intelligence and machine learning in the financial sector Download PDF
Chapter  2:  Smart contracts and civil law challenges Download PDF
Chapter  3:  Fintech and the limits of financial regulation Download PDF
Chapter  4:  A regulatory roadmap for financial innovation Download PDF
Chapter  5:  FinTech and the law and economics of disintermediation Download PDF
Chapter  6:  Financial technologies and systemic risk Download PDF
Chapter  7:  FinTech credit firms Download PDF
Chapter  8:  Fintech credit and consumer financial protection Download PDF
Chapter  9:  EU payment services regulation and international developments Download PDF
Chapter  10:  Current and future liability concepts in European financial market regulation Download PDF
Chapter  11:  Robo advice – Legal and regulatory challenges  Download PDF
Chapter  12:  Insurance and the legal challenges of automated decisions Download PDF
Chapter  13:  Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and FinTech Download PDF
Chapter  14:  FinTech, financial inclusion and the UN Sustainable Development Goals*  Download PDF
Chapter  15:  Digital transformation and financial inclusion Download PDF
Chapter  16:  Disintermediation in fund-raising Download PDF
Chapter  17:  Cryptoassets in private law Download PDF
Chapter  18:  Cryptocurrencies Download PDF
Chapter  19:  Distributed ledger technology and sovereign financing Download PDF
Chapter  20:  Law and regulation for a crypto-market Download PDF
Chapter  21:  High-frequency trading – regulatory and supervisory challenges in the pursuit of orderly markets  Download PDF
Chapter  22:  ‘Trustless’ distributed ledgers and custodial services Download PDF
Chapter  23:  ‘Computer says no’– benefits and challenges of RegTech Download PDF
Chapter  24:  FinTech, RegTech and SupTech Download PDF
Index Download PDF
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