PRINCIPLES OF BANKING LAW
This course on the Principles of Banking Law will provide students with an in-depth understanding of the legal and regulatory framework governing banks and financial institutions. The course will focus on various aspects of banking law, such as the role of central banks, banking supervision, bank-customer relationships, and the legal aspects of various banking services. Students will also explore the challenges and recent developments in banking law, including the impact of digitalization, international banking regulation, and financial stability. The course will equip students with the practical skills and knowledge necessary for a successful career in banking law, policy-making, or regulation.
Develop a comprehensive understanding of the legal and regulatory framework governing banks and financial institutions.
Analyze the role and functions of central banks and the legal aspects of monetary policy.
Examine the principles and practices of banking supervision and the role of various regulatory bodies.
Understand the legal rights and obligations arising from bank-customer relationships.
Explore the legal aspects of various banking services, such as lending, deposits, payments, and securities.
Analyze recent developments and challenges in banking law, including the impact of digitalization and international banking regulation.
Apply critical thinking and problem-solving skills to real-world banking law issues and scenarios.