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Matthijs Nelemans is Professor of Financial Law Enforcement (financieel strafrecht) at Tilburg Law School. Nelemans specialises in financial (criminal) law and its enforcement by regulatory authorities and the public prosecutor.
Authorities at home and abroad are paying more attention to financial and economic offenses, in particular to alleged misconduct with an international reach, such as recently to trading behaviour in the foreign-exchange markets. Against this background, his research focuses on the regulation of misconduct in financial and economic dealings and the enforcement of financial law (both criminal and regulatory enforcement). Particular focus is on how insider trading, market manipulation and other forms of market abuse in the financial sector can be countered effectively and with due care.
Jun 2014-present Professor of Financial Law Enforcement at Tilburg Law School
Sep 2007-Nov 2014 Lawyer at De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek, Amsterdam
Jun 2003-Jun 2007 Ph.D. candidate at Tilburg Law School (Dissertation: The Prohibition on Market Manipulation; supervisors: Prof.mr. M.S. Groenhuijsen and Prof.mr. F.G.H. Kristen)
Feb 2007-Apr 2007 Visiting scholar at Columbia Law School (Worldwide Junior Corporate Scholar Forum)
Sep 2004-Feb 2005 Visiting researcher at Harvard Law School
Mar 2000-Jan 2003 Student assistant, University of Utrecht, Faculty of Economics
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Director insurtech startup (Bisurance Group B.V.)1 May 2017 → …
Advisor specialist advisory firm with a focus on market abuse regulations (Finnel B.V.)1 Apr 2015 → …
- Financial Regulation
- Market Manipulation
- Disclosure Obligations
- Financial Criminality
- Insider Trading
- Financial Supervision
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Scientific › peer-review
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