This project comprises a series of seminars and other events on the future of financial market infrastructure (FMI), hosted by the LSE Law School. The project was established last year by Professor Jo Braithwaite and LSE Law School Visiting Professor in Practice Dr David Murphy, with the aim of providing a forum for interdisciplinary discussion of the most pressing issues relating to this systemic part of the global financial markets. In the forthcoming academic year, the theme for our programme is ‘Clearing in Context’. With expert input from a new Advisory Committee, we have put together a series of seminars seeking to contextualise and develop contemporary debates around central counterparties and clearing. The first seminar will be delivered by Professor Sir Ross Cranston of LSE Law School, on 18th October: further details may be found on the LLFIN Moodle page. The 'Future of FMI' project also includes a Research Roundtable and a new series of Masterclasses, which will be delivered by Dr David Murphy in Lent Term 2022.
For more details, please contact Professor Jo Braithwaite