Practical Aspects of International Finance Regulation
This module is part of the certified path "International Treasury Management and Corporate Finance". It can also be taken independently.
The objective of this module is to provide the fundamental knowledge of the international finance regulation.
With the successive financial crises, serious concerns have naturally been raised in the population, forcing governments to build an incredible set of laws to “better” regulate/monitor the activities of banks and other financial institutions. This module provides an overview of international finance regulation. It also considers some regulatory and practical issues affecting transnational financial transactions undertaken by global investment and corporate banks. The focus will thus be on the functioning of capital markets with a short introduction on the operation of the modern financial markets in bonds, equities, derivatives and the manner in which these investments are regulated.
KYC, GDPR, EMIR, Bale III
International sanctions and their impact on transactions & overall business activities
Anticorruption (FCPA, UK Bribery Act)
EU competition law compliance
Drafting a contract (main considerations)
Anyone hoping to pursue a career in international financial services or with regulators will gain from this module.
At the end of the training, the participants will receive a certificate of attendance delivered by the House of Training.
The course material can be downloaded free of charge via your portal the day before the start of the course (download the Client Portal User’s Guide here).
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