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The Center is committed to researching legal and regulatory topics associated with financial innovation and technological evolution. In order to popularize the public's understanding of this economic and social change, we will regularly organize speeches, conferences, seminars, research salons, and other scholarly activities. Gifts, large and small, have an impact on our efforts. Your generosity propels the Center's ability to create positive transformation for our generation and beyond.
We are more than happy to undertake the sponsors of staff training, cooperation programs, and research projects. Email Us: email@example.com to Project Manager Ms. Aileen Chen
Financial innovation and technological evolution are shaping economic and social changes, which has brought significant impact, challenges, and reflections on legal norms and regulatory policies, and also drew urgent needs for interdisciplinary dialogue and cooperation between law and other fields such as finance, economy, science, technology, and society. In response to this trend, the Center aims to bring together academic and research experts, government officials, and industry professionals in related fields to conduct systematic and continuous research on these issues and to put forward policy, legal and regulatory recommendations to enhance social welfare.
Initiated by six faculty members of the College of Law NCCU, the Center will successively invite more faculty members, experts, and scholars from outside to join. The members are Associate Professor Cheng-Yun Tsang, Distinguished Professor of Law Richard Li-dar Wang, Associate Professor Chin-Wen Wu, Professor Cheng-Fong Chou, Associate Professor Ting-Chi Liu, Associate Professor Ping-Kuei Chen, and Assistant Professor Po Liang Chen.
The Center is committed to researching legal and regulatory topics associated with financial innovation and technological evolution. The topics include financial regulation, international financial governance, Fintech, and the law, privacy protection, data governance, cyber security, supervision technology(SupTech), digital transformation of regulatory authorities, open banking policy, digital assets, Anti-money laundering, and Countering the Financing of Terrorism, green and sustainable finance, and technology, finance, and social research.
The Center will regularly organize speeches, conferences, seminars, research salons, and other scholarly activities. We are more than happy to undertake the sponsors of staff training, cooperation programs, and research projects for governmental agencies, non-profit organizations, and private enterprises. The Center will also publish its original research, such as journal articles and monographs.