Global Financial Market, Institutions, and Regulations
Global Financial Market, Institutions and Regulations
This course aims to provide students with first-hand information and knowledge on global financial regulation and help them develop a broad understanding of financial regulation, paying particular attention to the global nature of financial regulation. The course also covers global financial market development.
The course covers key topics of global coordination of financial regulation. Issues covered are: history of global financial coordination, the 2008/2009 financial crisis, and the financial regulatory reform after the 2008/2009 crisis. The course in particular discusses key financial regulatory standards in the areas of global systemically important financial institutions (G-SIFIs), recovery and resolution, capital requirements, liquidity requirements, corporate governance, market based finance, over-the-counter derivatives, artificial intelligence (AI), financial technology (Fintech), cyber risk and digital currencies.
Students taking this course for credits must take part in all lectures, participate actively in classroom discussions, present a draft term paper on topics related to the course, and submit the final version of the term paper.