Sarah Hall is Professor of Economic Geography, at the University of Nottingham, having been educated at the Universities of Cambridge and Bristol. Supported by funding from the Economic and Social Research Council, the British Academy and the Leverhulme Trust, her research centres on London’s international financial district and its relations with North America, Europe and, increasingly, China. She is the author of Global Finance (Sage, 2017) and her work has been published in a number of leading academic journals. She is an editor of the journal Geoforum and held a British Academy Mid Career Fellowship (2015-17). She is currently completing a new book that examines the role of London within RMB internationalisation in order to better understand contemporary processes of monetary transformation.