MOVE. IN YOUR STUDIES AND BETWEEN BANKING AND CAPITAL MARKET LAW.
Do you aspire to take on legal challenges and advise businesses and private clients on financial matters? You can move confidently in the business world and want to take your skills to a whole new level? Then the Master's programme in Banking and Capital Market Law is just what you need. Enter the world of global markets and complex business areas. Get fit for financial market structures with their complex legal framework.
With your Master's degree in Banking and Capital Market Law, you will expand your know-how in banking and capital market law with international connections. Against the backdrop of digital transformation and complex corporate management, you will learn about aspects of insolvency and restructuring law. After graduating, you will be familiar with credit and loan agreement law as well as capital investment law and you will know the laws of capital market compliance. Customise your studies: whether insolvency law, corporate finance law, stabilisation, corporate regulation or restructuring – you will be able to choose your personal elective. With your Master's degree in Banking and Capital Market Law, you will be able to understand and deal with complex legal issues of cross-border business models and contribute to the development of legally sound solutions for transactions and legal issues in the field of banking and capital market law.
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Why you should study at IU
- SALARY INCREASE up to 20%
- By studying at IU International University, you can expect up to 20% more salary in your future career.
- MORE RESPONSIBILITY IN THE JOBS OF THE FUTURE
- The job market is constantly changing - studying with us gives you the perfect preparation for the business world.
- OPTIMAL PROMOTION AND CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
- Start out in the professional world without compromises - no problem with a degree from us.
SPECIALIST IN AUDITING FIRMS (m/f/d)
In your position in an auditing firm, you will advise clients on regulatory matters and review collateral agreements. Auditing firms work on conducting business audits of companies, funds and asset investments and issuing audit opinions on the performance and results of these audits.
Employee (m/f/d) in the legal department in the finance and banking sector
Regulatory requirements are increasing in the financial sector. Team players who ensure that companies and institutions meet the increasing requirements are therefore in great demand. As an employee in the legal department in finance and banking, you will ensure, among other things, that risks are minimised and opportunities are exploited.
Specialist in public administration and interest groups (m/f/d)
In training courses and seminars, you will use your know-how to provide advice and information and make concrete proposals for action in different capital market situations. As a specialist with interest groups, you will also be able to start your career at the Bundesbank or the Federal Financial Supervisory Authority if you see yourself in the area of financial supervision.
- Banking law
- Designing complex business agreements
- Corporate finance law
- Business Regulation
- Seminar: The legal framework for managerial decision making
- Capital compliance law
Generally, a completed undergraduate degree with a subject-related focus in the respective IU Master's program is a requirement for admission. The first undergraduate degree must have been successfully completed at a state or state-recognized college/university and with a final grade of at least "satisfactory". If the first degree does not include a subject-related focus, admission to the program can also be granted if the student has completed a related professional activity.
For English language degree courses, a proof (TOEFL, IELTS, Duolingo, Cambridge or equivalent proof, e.g. through the free IU English course.) of sufficient English language skills is required.
For more detailed information and remarks about possible exceptions, please refer to the corresponding subpage of the respective course.
A completed undergraduate degree with a specific thematic focus in the selected master's degree program. Alternatively, also professional activities with corresponding backgrounds can be accredited in individual cases. A degree from a state or state-recognized college/university with a final grade of at least "Satisfactory". Accreditation of knowledge and skills acquired outside of the university sector is generally possible. University entrance qualification as a foreign student applicant.
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