This course is typically delivered over three terms in a single year.
This is a highly interdisciplinary program, which seeks to combine understandings of corporate finance, international banking and global finance, both from a business and legal perspective. Mandatory modules include Practice of Corporate Finance and the Law, Practice of International Banking and the Law, and Regulation of International Finance.
You’ll conduct a detailed interdisciplinary analysis of the methods the EU, the UK, the US and several Asian countries use to regulate international finance.
You’ll also come to understand how the infrastructure of private law supports, limits and provides structure for global finance.
The Role of Lawyers
You will study the role lawyers play in corporate finance and cross-border banking.