Highly Commended British Scholar Becomes UTMN Honorary Professor

International 2 November 2017
Andrew Haynes, a Highly Commended Award winner (Literati Network Awards for Excellence 2013), read a series of lectures on topical issues in banking and finance law at the UTMN Institute of State and Law.

In his lectures, the scholar discussed the legal limitations on the activities of banks, clients’ liability for failure to comply with loan obligations and how sanctions affect banking activities. It is noteworthy that all the lectures read by the Professor from the University of Wolverhampton are based on real-life legal practice. 

“I came here to deliver a series of talks in relation to the international banking and how the world legal system and regulatory system is developing. And, at the same time, to explore the possibility of further international collaboration and what direction it might take,” said Andrew Haynes. 

Professor Haynes is a world-renown researcher in the spheres of banking and finance law, Senior Visiting Research Fellow at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, University of London, visiting Professor of Law at UTMN, and a former visiting Professor of Law at the University of Macau, People’s Republic of China.

At the latest UTMN Academic Council meeting, Mr Haynes was awarded a UTMN Honorary Professor degree. In his speech, the Professor thanked UTMN leadership for such an honour and expressed his delight at fruitfully collaborating with UTMN scholars. 

Source: UTMN Department of Strategic Communications 

Link to Russian version: https://www.utmn.ru/presse/novosti/mezhdunarodnaya-deyatelnost/456943/


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