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Banking and Financial Law - CLAW3210

Year - 2018

Banks and financial institutions are central to the stability, efficiency and wealth of modern economies and businesses. This unit focuses on the impact of national and international financial regulation on banking contracts, bank secrecy, money laundering and fraud. Students become familiar with legal risks in commercial and investment banking, by examining the complex relationships and legal duties of the various parties engaged in modern finance. Topics covered include electronic banking, international trade finance and securitisation. The unit assists students to understand how the law is applied in practice through the use of case studies. Special emphasis is placed on how banking disputes may be resolved.

Classes
1 x 3hr seminar per week

Assessment
mid-semester exam (25%), case study / research (25%), final exam (50%)

Pre-requisites

completion of at least 48 credit points

Prohibitions

CLAW2204

Details

Faculty: Business (Business School)

Semester 1

05 Mar 2018

Department/School: Business Law
Study Mode: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Census Date: 31 Mar 2018
Unit of study level: Senior
Credit points: 6.0
EFTSL: 0.125
Available for study abroad and exchange: Yes
Faculty/department permission required? No
Location
Camperdown
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