Law

Transactional Banking Law

Module code: M3084
Level 6
15 credits in autumn semester
Teaching method: Seminar, Lecture
Assessment modes: Take away paper

A 15 credit, Autumn term module covering the key aspects of transactional banking law including the legal parameters and regulation of the bank-customer relationship, payment methods and bank finance. Recent developments in the banking industry will be analysed including innovations in lending (such as peer-to-peer lending) and the rise in third-party, non-bank, payment service providers (such as FinTechs).

Module learning outcomes

  • Gain a systematic understanding of the legal issues that arise in the field of transactional banking
  • Acquire in-depth knowledge of the legal parameters and regulation of the bank-customer relationship, payment methods and bank finance
  • Develop skills in the critical analysis and application of scholarly reviews and primary sources