CAPITAL MARKETS, FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, & INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT
This course is designed for law students who aspire to work in financial services, banking, financial regulation, corporate law, or related fields. It is intended to provide an in-depth understanding of the complex interplay between law, financial markets, and investment management.
This course explores the key legal principles and practical aspects surrounding capital markets, financial management, and investment management. It offers an interdisciplinary perspective, drawing upon law, finance, and economics, with a focus on recent trends and developments in these areas.
To gain a comprehensive understanding of the legal framework and mechanisms that govern capital markets and financial institutions.
To understand the principles and laws related to financial management and investment.
To critically evaluate the regulatory schemes and policy debates surrounding capital markets and financial management.
To develop an understanding of the complex interactions between legal regulations, economic realities, and financial institutions.
To analyze real-world cases and scenarios, applying learned principles to real-world situations.