LAWS 6005 International Banking and Finance Law
Credit Points 10
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Description This subject compares the international financial system and capital markets to the Australian financial system in the context of the banker customer relationship, commercial lending and security. The subject also introduces students to key international legal issues that are relevant to international banking and securities practice. Finally, students will examine transactional practice in the context of transactions with an international element to it.
Student Contribution Band HECS Band 4 10cp
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Level Postgraduate Coursework Level 6 subject
Equivalent Subjects LAWS 7016 International Banking and Finance Law
Students must be enrolled in a postgraduate program from the School of Law. Students enrolled in other programs must obtain permission to enrol in this subject.
- Critically evaluate the key concepts, policies and issues on defined topics
- Apply relevant legal concepts and aspects of policy analysis to solve practical problems and theoretical legal issues in a clear, logical and effective way
- Present policy-based positions on issues relating to banking and finance, and bank and financial services regulation
- Demonstrate information literacy and research skills through accessing, evaluating and applying relevant information in relation to international banking and securities law
- Reflect on the value of ethical conduct as a professional in work and in civic life.
The Australian financial system and capital markets compared to selected case studies in relation to the international banking and finance system, including: Banker-customer relationship. Lending. Guarantees and indemnities. Security. Financial instruments. Key Legal concepts for structured finance. Securitisation. Covered Bonds. Derivatives
The following table summarises the standard assessment tasks for this subject. Please note this is a guide only. Assessment tasks are regularly updated, where there is a difference your Learning Guide takes precedence.
|1000 words plus 15 minute oral presentation
- McCracken, Sheelagh, John Stumbles, GJ Tolhurst, Olivia Dixon, Banking and Financial Institutions Law (Lawbook Co., 9th Edition, 2017)
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