Comparative Banking Law
- The objective of the course is to familiarize the students with modern banking regulation both at national and international levels, including soft law of international bodies (Basel Committee, IADI and others), EU Directives, national banking laws of selected countries; contracts involved in banking transactions, bank customer (consumer) protection.
- Gains professional understanding of regulatory (registration, licensing, reporting, competition, etc.) rules and requirements with regard to banking activities;
- Gains professional understanding of the customer protection and alternative dispute resolution schemes in banking;
- Gains professional understanding of the legal status of credit institutions, their managing bodies and shareholders;
- Gains professional understanding of the legal status of regulatory bodies in modern banking;
- Gains professional understanding of the main rules regulating banking transactions;
- Gains professional understanding of the main sources and institutions of modern banking law;
- 1. General Features of Modern Banking Law
- 2. Credit Institutions in Modern Banking Law
- 3. Bank and Client.
- 4. Regulation and Supervision over the Banking Activities
- 5. Banking services: deposit-taking, loans and payments.
- 6. Islamic Banking in modern banking world.
- Participation and working on the seminars (including cases decisions)
- Written essays (on the subjects offered by the lecturer)
- 2023/2024 2nd module0.3 * Participation and working on the seminars (including cases decisions) + 0.7 * Written essays (on the subjects offered by the lecturer)
- Ellinger's modern banking law, Ellinger, E. P., 2002
- Diamanta Sojeva. (2018). Similarities and Differences between the Credit Contract and the Loan Contract in the Banking Law. Acta Universitatis Danubius: Juridica, (2), 25. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&site=eds-live&db=edsdoj&AN=edsdoj.53c41606fe864695a3763fae46c29124