Ms Shuang Hao
|Member of the Durham Law School|
Shuang Hao joined Durham Law School as a PhD candidate in October 2015. She obtained her LLM in International Banking and Finance Law from the University of Leeds and LLB from East China University of Political Science and Law. She is admitted to the China Bar.
Under the supervision of Professor John Linarelli and Dr Orkun Akseli, Shuang’s research focuses on pre-insolvency arrangements for banks from a comparative perspective. The research aims to propose a regulatory framework for bank resolution in dealing with banks before legal determination of insolvency in China. The research engages in a comparative analysis of banking law and institutions in the United States and United Kingdom, with the aim of this comparative analysis in serves as a base or framework for recommending reform in Chinese law. In addition, Chinese law and practice in dealing with troubled banks provides a foundation for establishing suitable pre-insolvency arrangements for China. In this research, the concept, justifications and measures of pre-insolvency arrangements for banks will be clarified, and law and practice in the US, the UK and China in dealing with troubled banks will be examined.
Banking and Finance Law