This specialization covers all theoretical and practical aspects in the field of banking and financial law.
European law is taught both as a subject matter (European Securities Law, European Banking Law, European Investment Funds Law, European Company Law) but also on a comparative basis. The program includes also lectures on Banking and Securities Law of several European jurisdictions.
The program benefits from the support of prestigious private and public partners. The proximity of the EU
institutions and Luxembourg’s role as the leading financial center for investment funds in Europe, make the Faculty an ideal place for gaining expertise in banking and financial law. With an option to further specialize in Collective Investment Schemes (CIS) during the last semester, students can further enhance their knowledge of the laws regulating Undertakings for Collective Investments in Transferable Securities (UCITS).