Consumer Credit - Local and Global
6 May 2011
This exciting new unit will cover contemporary consumer credit law and policy in Australia as well as in major economies, such as the United States and the European Union.
Consumer Credit - Local and Global will provide an overview of global regulatory developments covering the microfinance sector, which are being initiated by the G20 and international standard setters such as the Bank of International Settlements, the Financial Stability Board and the Financial Action Task Force.
Adjunct Professor Grady has a wealth of experience from her international practice as a leading banking and finance partner at the leading law firm Mallesons Stephen Jaques and from her current role as an international consultant in financial sector regulation.
Adjunct Professor Grady focuses on regulatory systems for consumer and small business credit systems.
The unit will be taught on a participatory basis and will make use of national and international case studies and discussion groups.
There will also be the opportunity to learn from invited guest lecturers.
New skills and knowledge acquired from the course could be used both in Australia and internationally and in many professions.
For example, a participant might work in a local or global bank or industry body, as a policy maker, regulator or consumer advocate, as a credit or operational risk manager or as an international policy adviser or practitioner in the world of financial inclusion and microfinance.
The unit is available to study through the following Sydney Law School degree programmes:
For further enquiries or to apply or enrol, please contact the Postgraduate Team.
Contact: Greg Sherington
Phone: +61 2 9351 0202