Regulation of International Capital Markets
This course has been specially designed for postgraduates studying finance and financial law and the course and does not assume that you have previously studied financial regulation. It is designed to contribute to your enhanced understanding of the ways in which governments and public authorities intervene in the operation of financial markets.
The course focuses on the principles of regulation of international financial markets and examines the public regulation of financial markets - that is, the relationship between central government, independent government agencies or indeed international organisations on the one hand, and financial markets or market participants on the other.
The course is premised upon the notion that the students of finance and financial law ought to develop a sound understanding of the various choices available to policy makers and national supervisory authorities in relation to the design and structure of national regulatory frameworks. The course will provide a critical view of current regulatory developments with the aim to identify the most appropriate regulatory policies towards increasingly complex financial phenomena and markets.
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Finance and Financial Law
There are rapid and wide-ranging changes in financial markets around the world and in the legal and regulatory environment in which they operate. This creates a demand for people with expertise in both finance and financial law. This MSc takes an integrated approach to these two aspects by including risk management, regulation, mergers and acquisitions, initial public offerings, bond issues and loans. It relates to both national and international finance and will introduce you to how financial and legal principles are applied in practice as well as in theory.Click for more information