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Bailouts and Bank Levies: Clawing back the Costs of the Crisis

Location
A4, Law and Social Sciences, University Park
Date(s)
Monday 13th March 2017 (13:00-14:00)
Description

HRLC is pleased to announce that Dr Mary Dowell-Jones will visit Nottingham on Monday 13 March to deliver a lecture on Bailouts and Bank Levies: Clawing back the Costs of the Crisis.

The lecture will take place from 1-2pm in room A4, Law and Social Sciences Building.

Mary Dowell-Jones is a Fellow of the Human Rights Law Centre and an Honorary Assistant Professor in the School of Law. She is currently Senior Expert in Financial Services for an EU Trade Assistance Project in Vietnam, supporting the implementation of the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement. She was until recently a Financial Ombudsman at the UK's Financial Ombudsman Service.

Her work has focused broadly on the challenges of governance in the international financial system including themes such as: financial crisis, managing systemic risk, misconduct in the financial system, and accountability for human rights impacts across complex financial institutions. She has acted as a consultant for a range of organisations, including the United Nations Environment Programme Finance Initiative Inquiry into the Design of a Sustainable Financial System. She also acted as Senior Expert for a report on the impact of the austerity crisis on fundamental rights in Europe, for the European Commission.

Human Rights Law Centre

School of Law
University of Nottingham
University Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD

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