EU Financial Services Law for Non-Lawyers: Institutional and Legal Framework
What is this course about?
At the end of the training, participants should have a practical understanding of the EU legal framework for financial services as well as EU law-making process in this field. Participants will also gain insight into the institutional framework for financial services regulation and supervision.
How will it help you?
The course will help participants to better understand the different characteristic features of legal acts that they analyse or translate on a daily basis as well as the place of these legal acts in the hierarchy of EU law sources. By the end of the course, participants will feel confident about the different procedures and principles governing the EU financial law system. The course will also offer networking and exchange opportunities between participants.
Who will benefit most?
EU regulatory affairs professionals, officials in the national regulatory and supervisory authorities and professionals from financial institutions who wish to obtain solid foundation of institutional and legal framework for EU financial services. Translators wishing to acquaint themselves with the legal terminology used in this sector as well as other professionals wishing to systematise their knowledge will also benefit from this course.
The ECOFIN Council covers the coordination of the economic policies. ECOFIN monitors the economy and keep control of the budgetary policy, public finances, the euro, financial markets and capital movements.
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