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Best Part time Masters of Laws (LLM) in Banking Law 2019/2020 in Europe

A LLM in Banking Law provides a solid grounding in fundamental principles of financial services law and security, covering local, as well as international developments from the policy and practical perspectives. This enables you to analyze the legal fundamentals behind banking as an entity.

Master of Laws Degree Part time in Banking Law in Europe

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2 Results in Banking Law, Europe

University of Luxembourg, Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance

The Master en Droit Bancaire et Financier Européen (LL.M.) is one of the premier programs in this field offered in continental Europe. The investment funds law option in ... [+]

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The Master en Droit Bancaire et Financier Européen (LL.M.) is one of the premier programs in this field offered in continental Europe. The investment funds law option in the second semester of the second year is a legal qualification unique in Europe.

The Master focuses on the study of three essential pillars – banking law, securities, and capital markets law, and investment funds law – or Collective Investment Schemes (CIS) law – in the framework of European Union law, Luxembourg law, and comparative law.

The teaching team includes academics and renowned practitioners, specialized in banking and financial law.

Making use of modern and interactive teaching methods, blending individual study and teamwork, the program combines the acquisition of basic concepts in the first semester and their practical application in the second semester through case-based learning developed by practitioners.... [-]

Luxembourg Luxembourg City
September 2020
English,French
Part-time
2 years
Campus
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University Of Zurich - Faculty of Law

LL.M. International Banking, Finance and Insurance Law ... [+]

Do new financial & insurance regulations lead to a greater transparency and reduction of risk in order to make financial systems more stable and better regulated? Do they make the global markets safer? How can new capital and bank structure rules strengthen the resilience to another financial crises and to provide greater consumer protection?

Switzerland, being attractive for both domestic and foreign companies seeking capital, is one of the world's leading financial centers and is characterized by its innovative ability, stability and security. Due to the high density of international and local financial service providers, companies from other industries have access to a sophisticated and liquid capital market, as well as state-of-the-art financial infrastructure. ... [-]

Switzerland Zürich
Open Enrollment
English,German
Part-time
1 - 2 years
Campus
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