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Dr Cheng-Yun is an Associate Professor at the College of Law, National Chengchi University (NCCU), and a Visiting Fellow at UNSW Law and Justice (School of Private and Commercial Law). He will join Monash University Law School as an Associate Professor in August 2023. As a research-oriented educator, he develops and teaches units such as “FinTech and the Law,” “Banking Law,” and “Governance of Global Finance” at NCCU. He has won the Teaching Excellence Awards for three consecutive years.

He is currently the Director of the Financial Innovation and Technological Evolution Center (FINTEC) at NCCU’s College of Law and the Director of the RegTech/SupTech Innovation Laboratory at NCCU’s FinTech Research Center. In addition to his academic posts, Cheng-Yun serves on the Board of Directors of the National Credit Card Center of R.O.C (Taiwan). He is the Vice Director of the Consumer Reports of Taiwan (published by the Consumer Foundation, the country’s first and most dedicated consumer protection advocacy institute).  He joined the Capital Markets Law Journal (Oxford University Press) editorial board in November 2022.

Cheng-Yun leads many important government-funded or sponsored research projects, including topics on SupTech, Digital Identity, AML/CFT, and open banking. Currently, his research is focused on International Financial Law and Fintech regulation – RegTech/SupTech, cryptoassets, CBDC, regulatory coordination, data governance and sustainable finance in particular. So far, the projects he leads or co-leads have accumulated funding exceeding 1 million USD (or 2 million AUD).

Before joining NCCU, he served as a Research Fellow with UNSW Law and was a member of UNSW Law’s Digital Financial Services Research Team. He was awarded the Young Scholar Fellowship (the Columbus Program) by Taiwan’s National Science and Technology Council. The Fellowship is a five-year national research grant on FinTech Law and Regulation (2020-2025).

Cheng-Yun received his SJD and LLM from Duke University School of Law and his MBA from National Taiwan University. He obtained a Certificate in Digital Money from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy and the Digital Frontiers Institute.

His works have appeared in journals such as Asia Pacific Law Review, Capital Markets Law Journal, Banking & Finance Law Review, UNSW Law Journal, Modern Law Review, The University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law, Review of Banking and Financial Law, and Houston Journal of International Law. His works were cited by BIS working paper and various academic articles. He has also written extensively on FinTech Regulation and financial regulatory reforms in the Asia-Pacific area, including two co-edited books on FinTech and the Law.

Cheng-Yun has consulted with legislators, financial regulators, and the industry in Taiwan and other jurisdictions on cutting-edge FinTech regulatory issues. He was also invited to deliver keynote speeches and training programs on the subject of FinTech regulation (including regulatory sandbox, RegTech, SupTech, blockchain, and Cryptocurrency) for a variety of institutions or think tanks in Taiwan or elsewhere, such as the SEACEN centre, Australian Office Taipei, American Institute in Taiwan, Taiwan’s Legislative Yuan (Parliament), the Central Bank, the Financial Supervisory Commission, the Industrial Technology Research Institute, the Institute for Information Industry, Taiwan Academy of Banking and Finance, the Securities and Futures Institute, and the Joint Credit Information Center.


  • Doctor of Juridical Science (S.J.D), Duke University School of Law (2015)
  • Master of Laws (LL.M), Duke University School of Law (2011)
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA), National Taiwan University (2007)
  • Bachelor of Laws (LL.B), National Chengchi University (2005)
  • Bachelor of Arts in Diplomacy (BA), National Chengchi University (2005)
  • Certificate in Digital Money, accredited by the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy and Digital Frontiers Institute (2016)

Professional Experience

  • Editorial Board member, Capital Markets Law Journal (Oxford University Press) (November 2022- November 2025)
  • Visiting Scholar, Duke University School of Law (August 2022 – October 2022)
  • Visiting Fellow, University of New South Wales, Faculty of Law (September 2021 -August 2024)
  • Associate Professor, National Chengchi University, College of Law, Taipei (February 2021 – present)
  • Young Alumni Board Member, Global Financial Markets Center, Duke University School of Law,  (July 2021- present)
  • Director, National Chengchi University, FinTech Research Center, RegTech/SupTech Innovation Laboratory (August 2017 – present)
  • Board of Director, National Credit Card Center of R.O.C (November 2019 – present)
  • Vice Chairperson, Finance and Insurance Committee of the Consumers’ Foundation, Chinese Taipei (2019 – present)
  • Assistant Professor, National Chengchi University, College of Law, Taipei (August 2017 – January 2021)
  • Research Fellow, University of New South Wales, Faculty of Law, Sydney (August 2018- July 2017)
  • Founder, FinTech Taiwan
  • Visiting Scholar, Shanghai Jiao Tong University KoGuan School of Law, Shanghai
  • Regulatory Affairs Intern, Institute of International Finance, Washington D.C
  • Deputy Legal Manager, Yuanta Financial Holdings Co., Ltd., Taipei
  • Deputy Legal Manager, Yuanta Securities Co., Ltd., Taipei
  • Associate, LCS & Partners, Taipei

Areas of Research

  • Financial Regulation, FinTech Regulation, International Financial Law, Banking Regulation