LAWSG032 Banking Law
|LAWSG032: BANKING LAW|
|Credit value:||30 credits (15 ECTS, 300 learning hours)|
|Convenor:||Iris H Chiu|
|Other Teachers:||Graham Roberts;
|Teaching Delivery:||20 x 2-hour weekly seminars, 10 seminars per term, Term One and Two|
|Who may enrol:||Any UCL Master’s student|
|Must not be taken with:||None|
|Qualifying module for:||LLM in International Banking and Finance Law|
|Introductory video||View introduction video from the module convenor|
|Practice Assessment:||Opportunity for feedback on one optional practice essay per term (two in total)|
|Final Assessment:||One 3-hour unseen written examination (100%)|
The module will examine the principles that underpin the regulation of banking in the first term. It will look at international and EU bank regulation, at the structures of regulation in different jurisdictions and, in particular, at bank regulation in the UK. The module in the second term turns to the relationship between banks and customers in English Law, examining the rights and obligations of the parties before moving on to principles of the law of payment.
By the end of the module, students should be able to:
The reading materials for each topic are provided in the handouts for each topic, and the below are only useful resources for reference. Teaching is not structured in accordance with any of the books below, and students should be prepared to consult primary EU and UK legislation, and the PRA Handbook, relevant case law, official papers and journal articles, as well as parts of relevant books.