Quantitative Finance (2015 cohort)
I am pursuing a DPhil in law at the University of Oxford and the Oxford-Man Institute of Quantitative Finance. My research explores the relationship between corporate governance of non-bank financial institutions and the reduction of systemic risk.
I am currently working on central counterparties. My general research interests include corporate governance, prudential regulation, financial institutions, and systemic risk.
I hold an LLB and LLM from Ghent University, Belgium, and an LLM from Yale University, United States. During my studies, I interned at four international law firms: Cleary Gottlieb, Eubelius, Clifford Chance and Freshfields; and at the Belgian financial institution, KBC. I also worked in a US law firm in Washington, DC for four months as part of The Washington Center programme in Business and Global Trade.