International Banking

Law 408






This course will provide an overview of the complex regulatory regime governing cross-border operations of banks and other financial institutions in the global marketplace, with the broader focus on the key trends in the evolving international regulation of financial services. Topics explored in this course include international aspects of the U.S. capital markets regulation, regulation and supervision of U.S. activities of foreign banking organizations and non-U.S. activities of domestic banking organizations under the U.S. law, key elements of the global financial market infrastructure, recent trends in international cooperation and regulatory harmonization efforts in the financial services sector (including the Basel capital accord and the European Union banking directives), and anti-money laundering and anti-terrorist financing regulation. 

Related courses - Banking Law, Securities Regulation, Corporate Finance

Recommended: Business Associations; Corporate Finance; Banking Law; Securities Regulation
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