The Centre for Corporate Law & Securities Regulation was established by The University of Melbourne in January 1996 in recognition of the growing importance of corporate law and securities regulation nationally and internationally and also in recognition of the strength of The University of Melbourne in these areas.
The Centre is engaged in a number of innovative and important research projects relating to corporate law and securities regulation in Australia and internationally.
- Research Grants
Competitive research grants obtained by our membersView
- Major Research Projects
Past and current major research projects by our membersView
- Research Impact
Highlights the social impact of research work by our membersView
- Research Reports and Research Papers
Research reports and papers by our members and othersView
- History of Australian Corporate Law
Key documents and literature about the development of Australian corporate lawView
- Useful Links
Links to legislation, courts and corporate law related institutionsView
- Corporate and Commercial Law Journals
Links to Australian and international corporate and commercial law journalsView
Read about study options at Melbourne Law School, our links with peak organisations, past events and other community engagement activities hosted by the Centre.
FinTech: Evolution and Regulation
"Financial technology" or "FinTech" refers to technology enabled financial solutions. FinTech is often seen today as the new marriage of financial services and information technology. However, the interlinkage of finance and technology has a long history and has evolved over three distinct eras. FinTech 1.0, from 1866 to 1987, was ...