International Banking: Regulation and Supervision

The course deals with the questions why and how banks are regulated and topical issues in bank regulation and supervision.  Attention is paid to recent global developments in bank regulation such as Basel 2 and more recent developments and the impact of t market developments on supervisory practice as well as the theory and practice of deposit insurance, capital regulation, lender of last resort and resolution.

Method of assessment:

One individual written assignment (target length 2500 words) (30%) and a 2-hour written examination (70%)