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School of Law

SOLM246 International Financial Regulation (Teaching Period B20)

Module Description

The purpose of this module is to examine the regulation of non-bank financial institutions and markets, in particular securities firms, insurance companies, fund managers, financial derivatives, financial infrastructures, clearing and settlement. The module also considers the sources and evolution of international financial regulation and the competing demands between prudential regulation and financial services liberalisation.

Applicable Groupings

Mode of Assessment

2.15 hour examination

Credits

15 Credits