Niamh Moloney - Biography#

Niamh Moloney is Professor of Financial Markets Law in the Law School at the London School of Economics and Political Science and was previously Head of the Law School (2018-2021). She currently serves as a member of the LSE Council, the LSE’s governing body. Niamh specializes in EU financial markets regulation and has authored or edited ten books in this field, including EU Securities and Financial Markets Regulation (OUP, 4th edition 2023) and, with co-editors Professors Eilis Ferran and Jennifer Payne, The Oxford Handbook of Financial Regulation (OUP, 2015). She has also published over 100 articles and book chapters in this field. Niamh is a founding Editor (with Professors Eilis Ferran and Howell Jackson) of the Cambridge University Press Monograph Series on International Corporate Law and Financial Market Regulation, and is an editorial board member of several leading journals, including the European Law Review and the European Business Organizations Law Review. Niamh serves as an independent non-executive director of the Central Bank of Ireland board and as a member of the Board of Appeal of the European Supervisory Authorities, and served as Chair of the Irish Government’s Commission on Taxation and Welfare which reported in 2022 ("Foundations for the Future"). She is also a member of the Advisory Academic Committee of the European Capital Markets Institute and of the Advisory Scientific Council of Better Finance. Previously, Niamh was the Special Adviser to the House of Lords 2014-2015 inquiry into EU financial regulation reform ("The post-crisis EU financial regulatory framework: do the pieces fit?"). Niamh is a Fellow of the British Academy, an Honorary Member of the Royal Irish Academy, and was conferred with an honorary doctorate by the University of Zurich.

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