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Jin Enyi

Jin Enyi is an associate in the firm’s London office. He is a member of the Asset Management and Investment Funds practice group.

Prior to joining the firm, Jin served as an associate with an international corporate law firm.

  • Recipient of the Banking and Finance Law Prize, Queen Mary University of London, 2018 

Jin was a teaching associate at Queen Mary University of London, where he taught LL.M. and M.Sc. students classes in Securities Regulation, Investment Banking Law, and financial technology law. 

  • Jin Man and Jin Enyi, ‘Cryptoassets and Other Virtual Assets as Property under Chinese Private Law’ (2021) 9 JIBFL 668
  • Andreas Sten Andersen and Jin Enyi, ‘Kautionistens opsigelsesmuligheder - særligt med fokus på ophør af en kautions materielle virkning efter DL 1-23-15’ ET.2019.131
  • Jin Enyi, Muhammad N Rahman, Hussain A Alhaidary, and Prof. George A Walker, ‘The Concept of Cryptocurrencies and Cryptotokens from an Islamic Law Perspective’ (2018) 9 JIBFL 573
  • Jin Man and Jin Enyi, ‘Security Interests over Bank Accounts in China' (2017) 11 JIBFL 716
  • Andreas Sten Andersen and Jin Enyi, ‘Tabsbegrænsningspligtens udstrækning i tilfælde af aktiekurstab på et reguleret marked’ ET.2017.160
  • 'Firms open the door to fintech — and let new faces lead the way' (The Times, 18 May 2017)
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