School Of Law

International Banking and Finance LawWestern Sydney University Unit Code: 200948.1

Discipline: LAW

Student Contribution Band: 4

Level: 7

Credit Points: 10

Assumed Knowledge
Students must have completed a law degree (Bachelor of Laws or Juris Doctor) or equivalent in any jurisdiction, including specific knowledge of Contracts Law, Corporations Law, Commercial Law and Property Law.

Unit Enrolment Restrictions
Students must be enrolled in course 8083 Bachelor of Research Studies, 8084 Master of Research - HC, 8085 Master of Research - LC or a postgraduate course from the School of Law. Students enrolled in other courses must obtain permission to enrol in this unit.

About this Unit
This unit is set in the background of the aftermath of the Global Financial Crisis of 2008. It examines the role of financial institutions, financial instruments, financial regulators, and national and international regulatory efforts in a borderless world. Topics covered include: international banking and capital markets, infrastructure of financial markets including the payment and clearance system, derivative instruments (SWAPS, futures, and Options), Asset securitisation, Mutual and Hedge Funds, secured credit, syndicated loans and project financing, and the role of Central Banks and the Bank for International Settlements and the capital adequacy requirements.

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