Study-unit BANKING LAW AND SECURITIES REGULATION

Course name Business administration
Study-unit Code 20000606
Location PERUGIA
Curriculum Economia dei mercati e degli intermediari finanziari
Lecturer Vincenzo Troiano
Lecturers
  • Vincenzo Troiano
Hours
  • 42 ore - Vincenzo Troiano
CFU 6
Course Regulation Coorte 2019
Supplied 2020/21
Supplied other course regulation
Learning activities Caratterizzante
Area Giuridico
Sector IUS/05
Type of study-unit Obbligatorio (Required)
Type of learning activities Attività formativa monodisciplinare
Language of instruction Italian
Contents
Regulatory sources.
Finance as an international phenomenon
The legal structure of the financial sector. Top authorities, purposes and forms of supervision.
The activities. Banking activity and banking contracts. Financial activities. Investment services and activities. Collective investment management. Payment services. Fintech.
The subjects. Banks. Subjects operating in the financial sector. Investment firms. SGRS. External collaborators in the financial activity.
Crisis management of banks and financial intermediaries.
Rules and guarantees of the activity. Transparency and tools to combat illegal activity, rules of conduct for intermediaries; ADR.
Markets. Listed issuers, public offers of financial products, public purchase offers. Market discipline, trading venues and systematic internalisers, settlement structures, market abuse.

Reference texts
Manuale di diritto bancario e finanziario, edited by F. Capriglione, Wolters Kluwer CEDAM, 2019.
Except chapters 2, section one, 16, 18, 23.

Educational objectives
Learning outcomes:

1) knowledge and understanding: the national and EU regulation of banks, financial intermediaries, collective investment in transferable securities and investment fund managers, trading of financial instruments.

2) applying knowledge and under standing: compliance experts, analysis and implementation of banking and financial regulation.

Prerequisites
In order to get the most out of class attendance and in any case prior to the beginning of the exam preparation, it is recommended to have successfully completed all mandatory propedeutic examinations and have adequate knowledge of the main elements of: Public Law, Private Law, Commercial Law, European Union law.

Teaching methods
face-to-face classes and lectures.

Possibility to organize (on a voluntary basis) seminars and student groups for the analysis and discussion (during ad hoc lectures) of specific subjects.

Other information
None

Learning verification modality
One oral exam.

The exam consists of a discussion of some of the course topics of about 15-20 minutes and is aimed at verifying the knowledge of the matter and the ability to analyze, explain and apply the concepts studied.

It is possible to consult the texts of relevant laws and regulations.

Info on support services for students with disabilities and/or learning disability please visit http://www.unipg.it/disabilita-e-dsa

Extended program
Regulatory sources.
Finance as an international phenomenon
The legal structure of the financial sector. Top authorities, purposes and forms of supervision.
The activities. Banking activity and banking contracts. Financial activities. Investment services and activities. Collective investment management. Payment services. Fintech.
The subjects. Banks. Subjects operating in the financial sector. Investment firms. SGRS. External collaborators in the financial activity.
Crisis management of banks and financial intermediaries.
Rules and guarantees of the activity. Transparency and tools to combat illegal activity, rules of conduct for intermediaries; ADR.
Markets. Listed issuers, public offers of financial products, public purchase offers. Market discipline, trading venues and systematic internalisers, settlement structures, market abuse.