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EU Banking and Financial Integration Law

  • 15 credits

The course EU Banking and Financial Integration Law includes the European Community's monetary policy, the legislation concerning the integration of banking, insurance and investment services and the Maastricht Treaty which deal with the creation of the European Economic and Monetary Union (EMU).

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EU Banking and Financial Integration Law is given as an elective course within the framework of the law program at the Department of Law, Stockholm University. Exchange students admitted by the department are also given access to the course.


Read more about exchange programmes at the Department of Law

The course is divided into three lecture sections. The first section is devoted to a thorough overview of the European Community's monetary policy. In addition to Community legislation concerning exchange and investment controls, we examine issues relating to taxation of cross-border flows of capital income and transnational financial crime, such as illegal money laundering. The second part of the course is concerned with the study of legislation concerning the integration of banking, insurance and investment services. We will examine past and present legislation in this area as well as forward-looking strategies for the aforementioned services. These will further be put into perspective through EU law on consumer protection and competition in financial services. The third part of the course focuses on the provisions of the Maastricht Treaty which deal with the creation of the European Economic and Monetary Union (EMU).  
 

  • Course structure


    Follow the link below to read more about the course details.

    Syllabus - EU Banking and Financial Integration Law

     

    Teaching format


    The course consists of lectures, seminars and case studies.
     

    Assessment


    Examination is conducted by participation in group work, the independent formulation of a solution to a special legal problem, and finally, a written examination.
     

  • Course literature

    Note that the course literature can be changed up to two months before the start of the course.
  • More information


    Learning platform

    During the course, registered students will receive additional course information on the Athena learning platform.

    https://athena.itslearning.com/


    Previous course website

    For those who read this course during a previous semester and then used FastReg as learning platform, you can reach the old website through the link below.

    FastReg


    The Departement

    Read more about education at the Department of Law at Stockholm University on our homepage.

    Education - Department of Law 

     

  • Contact


    Kurskontakt: 
    bank@juridicum.su.se  

    Amanuens: 
    Karl Skorup Averås

    Kursföreståndare: 
    Sideek Mohamed Seyad