LAW 311

Regulation of Financial Institutions

Units: 1.0

Hours: 2-0

The role played by Canadian banks, insurance companies, and trust and loan companies as financial intermediaries and the need for a supervisory framework to protect both the soundness and safety of these institutions and the security of their customers. Topics will include jurisdictional issues, foreign banking, consumer insurance, institutional failures, and multi-national financial service agreements. Focus will be concentrated on the governing legislation, current financial statements, and contemporary issues presented in the business press.

Undergraduate course in Law offered by the Faculty of Law.

Schedules:
Summer Fall Spring

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