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School of Law

CCLP609 Principles of International Banking Regulation (Sem A)

The module will provide students with in-depth knowledge and critical analysis of the legal and regulatory principles and the soft law standards applicable to international banking activities. It also investigates banking supervisory architecture in the UK, the EU, and at international level.

The regulatory framework analyzed covers the entire life cycle of a bank from its inception to failure. It also discusses banks' types and activities.

By the end of the module you will be equipped with adequate knowledge and critical understanding of both the special nature of banking activities and of the applicable regulatory and supervisory framework.

Applicable groupings

Mode of assessment

3,000-4,000 independent research essay

Credits

15 credits