Social sciences and humanities
Subject: LAW OF BANKING AND FINANCIAL INTERMEDIARIES (A.A. 2024/2025)
Unit Diritto della banca e degli intermediari finanziari
Training activities in similar subject fields or in fields integrating the basic and distinctive ones, also relating to context cultures and interdisciplinary training (lesson)
The course aims at providing students a wide and in-depth look on the various subjects making up this branch of law. More specifically, it will focus on: a) financial market structure, b) economic rationale of the financial markets regulation; c) regulation of intermediaries and markets.
Students must have passed the following exams:
a) Private law institutions;
b) Roman law institutions;
c) Constitutional law.
I) Financial market structure: a) financial instruments; b) banking; c) insurance; European and national regulation of financial markets; II) Banking: a) legal definition of banking activity; b) supervision on banking; c) regulation of banking activity; III) Financial Instruments Markets: a) Definitions; b) Supervision on Intermediaries; c) Regulation of intermediation in Financial Instruments Markets; d) Trading facilities; IV) Insurance: Supervision and Intermediaries.