Much of this course concentrates on management and accounting and the law-sensitive features of financial markets and financial services. This course is designed to introduce to students business law that discusses and examines the fundamentals, such as liability, contracts, employment, regulation, and corporations.
- Understand and analyze the operations of banks and financial institutions, their role in international financial markets, and the behavior of international financial markets, with a view to employment in this area.
- Understand and analyze the nature of law and regulation as they impact upon and help shape finance, financial markets and the activities of financial institutions.
- Develop a keen commercial understanding of the interface between the financial sector and the legal and regulatory process with a view to employment in this area.