Law

CAS Financial Regulation (FinReg) 2020

Get answers to these questions: What drives the enforcers of financial regulation? Does the current wave of financial regulation ever stop? Are international standard setters delivering and accountable? Does financial regulation really work? Are global banks safer now?

Information

Period

April 2020 - November 2020
15 ECTS credits
136 Teaching hours

Language

English

Format

On-site

Contact

Gervais MUJA
+41 (0)22 379 86 52
gervais.muja(at)unige.ch

Location

Berne, Genève

Registration

See information

Fees:

CHF 10'800.-

Objectives

  • Understand the analytical approaches of global and Swiss financial regulation
  • Know the substance and the background of financial regulation
  • Work with a legal and an economic focus
  • See behind and challenge the policy concepts in financial regulation
  • Understand the current and future regulatory drivers and trends
  • Meet in person key actors and practioners as guest speakers

Audience

Professional from the Swiss or international financial market (financial industry, financial regulation and legislation, management, consultancy, audit, law firms

Programme

8 modules:

  • The Swiss Financial Center
  • Economic Fundamentals of Financial Regulation
  • Legal Fundamentals of Financial Regulation
  • Protecting Financial Stability
  • Protecting Insurance Policy Holders
  • Protecting Investors and Markets
  • Protecting Other Public Interests
  • Enforcing Financial Regulation

Director(s)

Prof. Urs ZULAUF and Prof. Luc THEVENOZ, Faculty of Law, University of Geneva and Prof. Aymo BRUNETTI, University of Bern

Coordinator(s)

Gervais MUJA, University of Geneva

Diploma delivered jointly with

University of Geneva, University of Bern

Admission criteria

  • University or equivalent degree, three years in a position related to Swiss or international financial markets (e.g. financial industry, financial regulation and legislation, management, consultancy, audit, law firms)

Number of participants

The number of participants is adapted to the pedagogy chosen.

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