Corporate Financial Services Law



Master of Laws (Corporate & Financial Services Law)

The LLM (Corporate & Financial Services Law) includes electives in banking (domestic and international), company law and corporate finance, financial services and securities, and taxation. This specialisation enables students to acquire both a theoretical base and a practical expertise in the subjects involved. Singapore, which is the commercial hub of Asia, is an ideal place for the pursuit of these subjects.

Students have to choose at least six courses from the Corporate & Financial Services Law grouping.

Corporate & Financial Services Law courses offered

· Bank Documentation

· Banking Law

· Beyond Law and Economics: Regulatory Theory

· Business & Finance for Lawyers

· Chinese Corporate and Securities Law

· Choice of Law for International Contracts in Asia

· Comparative Corporate Governance

· Comparative Corporate Law

· Competition Law and Economics

· Construction Law

· Corporate Finance Law and Practice in Singapore

· Corporate Governance in Singapore

· Corporate Insolvency

· Corporate Law and Finance

· Corporate Social Responsibility

· Credit & Security

· European Private International Law

· European Union Law

· Financial Derivatives Law & Regulation

· Foreign Investment Law in Vietnam

· International & Comparative Law of Sale in Asia

· International Banking Law

· International Economic Law & Relations

· International Projects Law and Practice

· International Tax Law

· International Trusts

· Introduction to Indian Business Law

· Japanese Corporate Law & Governance

· Law and Economics for Lawyers

· Law of Insurance

· Negotiating & Drafting International Commercial Transactions

· Personal Property Law I - Tangible

· Personal Property Law II - Intangible

· Philosophical Foundations of Contract Law

· Principles of Restitution

· Reinsurance Law

· Securities Regulation

· Tax Planning & Policy

· The Regulatory State & Sovereign Wealth Funds

· World Trade Law