MBA Specialism in Law (LLM)


MBA Specialism in Law (LLM)

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    Study Hours

    450 Hours

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    Self Paced

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Programme Modules

Corporate Finance

Programme Overview

This module provides individuals with a holistic view of the entirety of corporate finance. At its heart, corporate finance focuses on two basic questions –financing (how to raise money) and investing (how to spend that money). Focusing on six key ideas, almost all of which have won Nobel prizes, students will learn how to find the best ways to answer these two questions. They will apply these ideas to analyse project investment and corporate valuation, the best forms and ways to raise capital, why corporate governance is necessary and how to handle situations where the markets are not efficient.

Corporate Governance and Ethics

Programme Overview

Students will develop an understanding of the underlying concepts of Corporate Governance, business ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) which are relevant to the contemporary business environment. You will analyse ethical influences on economic, financial, managerial, and environmental aspects of business. Finally, you will review the different regulatory processes essential to the understanding of the principles of corporate governance in an global marketplace. 

International Finance and Regulation

Programme Overview

Following the international financial crisis of 2007-2008, global businesses and governmental leaders have taken profound measures to change the structure of the financial markets and ensure such a crisis does not happen again. This is the activity of financial regulation, which is the attempt of authorities to control economic risks and the focus of this course in International Financial Regulation. Students will learn about the liberalisation of international financial markets, the development of international regulations in response to crises, and how the most recent watershed has shaped the current global economic environment. The course will equip students with an understanding of key elements in financial regulation, such as the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank, as well as important historical events, including the Breton Wood Conference of 1944 and the Herstatt Bank failure of 1974. Students will explore the benefits and challenges of liberalisation related to saving and investments, market forces on government action, and the creation of derivative instruments aimed at managing risk, among other relevant topics.

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