Cyberport Academy Distinguished Fellow Speakers Series (Session 3): FinTech Regulation in Mainland China    

A monthly webinar series hosted by Dr. George Lam, Chairman of Cyberport, to spark off conversations with special speakers about their viewpoint on innovative digital technology related topics to inform and inspire the young people and tech start-ups.

About this course

Topic: FinTech Regulation in Mainland China    

Language: English

Format: Recording
 
Speaker: Prof. Robin Hui Huang, Professor, Faculty of Law, The Chinese University of Hong Kong 

Moderator: Dr. George Lam, Chairman, Cyberport

COURSE DETAIL

FinTech
Under 2 hours, Self-paced
Free
No credit

ENROLL

Deadline: 31 Dec 2025

By the end of this course, you will learn:

1

Overview of China's Fintech regulation in a systematic and contextualized way

2

Identify relevant institutional factors contributing to the development of the Chinese law

3

Illustrate why and how China's Fintech regulation has been developed, if and how it differs from the rest of the world

4

What can be learned from the Chinese experience

Speaker

PROF. ROBIN HUI HUANG

Professor, Faculty of Law, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Robin Hui Huang is Professor (senior level) at the Faculty of Law, Chinese University of Hong Kong. He is also Adjunct Professor of Law at the University of New South Wales, Li Ka Shing Visiting Professor of Law at McGill University, Honorary Professor at East China University of Political Science and Law, and Guest Professor at China University of Political Science and Law. He is a Specially-invited Research Fellow of the Supreme People’s Court of PRC and Expert Advisor of Shanghai Financial Court. He has acted as a Chinese law expert in international litigations and serves as an arbitrator in China and overseas. He also serves as Independent Non-executive Director of a company listed on the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong.    

Professor Huang is a leading expert in corporate and financial law with a focus on Chinese and comparative issues. He has had about 120 publications, including 10 books and many papers in premier publishing houses and top journals in the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, Germany, Israel, Hong Kong, Mainland China, and elsewhere. He has recently published a book with Cambridge University Press, titled "Fintech Regulation in China: Principles, Policies and Practices".