Francesco De Pascalis is a Senior Lecturer in Financial Law at Brunel University London. Prior to joining Brunel, he worked as a research fellow at the chair for banking and finance law held by Professor Kern Alexander at the University of Zurich, where he contributed to research and teaching activities in the field of Corporate Law, Banking Law and International Finance Law. He obtained his PhD in 2015 at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (IALS), University of London, where he is also involved as a visiting lecturer.
Fellow of Higher Education Academy
PHD, IALS University of London
LLM in Banking and Finance Law, Queen Mary university of London
Master's degree in Advanced Studies of EU and Transnational Law, University of Trento (Italy)
LLB, University of Parma (Italy)
Registered lawyer (Verona Bar Association)
Newest selected publications
De Pascalis, F. and Reisberg, A. (2020) 'Consumer financial well-being in the post-crisis era: financial education on the cross-road to prominence', in Cash, D. and Goddard, R. (eds.) Regulation and the Global Financial Crisis: Impact, Regulatory Responses, and Beyond. London, United Kingdom : Routledge. , 1. pp. 1 - 15. ISBN 10: 0367186195. ISBN 13: 9780429199561. Open Access Link
De Pascalis, F. (2020) 'Public Enforcement and the Civil Liability Regime in the European Regulation of Credit Rating Agencies (CRAs): A Quest for Interplay', in Cherednychenko, O. and Andenas, M. (eds.) Financial Regulation and Civil Liability in European Law. Cheltenham : Edward Elgar. pp. 202 - 220. ISBN 13: 9781789908107. Open Access Link
De Pascalis, F. (Accepted) 'FinTech credit firms: Prospects and uncertainties', in Chiu, IH-Y. and Deipenbrock, G. (eds.) Routledge Handbook of Financial Technology and Law. Routledge (forthcoming 2021).
De Pascalis, F. (2019) 'Conduct Risk: Meaning, Interpretation and Dissension'. European Business Law Review, 30 (6). pp. 947 - 964. ISSN: 0959-6941 Open Access Link
De Pascalis, F. (2018) 'Sales Culture and Misconduct in the Financial Services Industry: An Analysis of Cross-selling Practices'. Business Law Review, 39 (5). pp. 150 - 159. ISSN: 1533-7421 Open Access Link