International Financial Regulation - Executive Concentration

International Financial Regulation - Executive Concentration

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International Financial Regulation Certificate



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Following the international financial crisis of 2007-2008, global businesses and government leaders have taken profound measures to change the structure of financial markets, ensuring that such a crisis does not happen again.

This course introduces learners to the complexities of global financial governance, exploring key theories of regulation and their pros and cons, and examining governance structures, mechanisms, and broad-ranging risks.

You will learn about the liberalisation of international financial markets, the development of international regulations in response to crises, and how recent watershed events have shaped the current global economic environment.

The Certificate will equip you with an understanding of key financial regulation institutions, including the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank, as well as important historical events, such as the Bretton Woods Conference of 1944 and the Herstatt Bank failure of 1974.

You will explore the benefits and challenges of liberalisation in relation to savings and investments, market forces on government action, and the creation of derivative instruments aimed at managing risk, as well as other relevant topics.

Learning Outcomes

Regulation of international financial markets and associated risks 

The extent to which derivative instruments aid in managing risk  

The advantages and disadvantages of financial liberalisation  

Policy reaction to threats of financial instability 

Reactions to international financial liberalisation 

The regulation of banks and the role of the regulator 

The theory of regulation 

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is an Executive Concentration?

Executive Concentration is a collection of 3 modules with a duration of 12 weeks. These Executive Concentration courses are created from modules presented in complete Master's degrees, this guarantees the quality of the course.

What is the duration of an Executive Concentration?

The Executive Concentration courses differ, but on average the duration is 12 weeks.

Can an Executive Concentration be certified?

Yes, when you complete an Executive Concentration you will receive certification.

What universities are Executive Concentration from?

The Executive Concentration courses are created by professors from the world's top universities known for their research and teaching methodologies, and include professors from the Universities of Cambridge, Southern California, California Los Angeles, and Notre Dame.

Do I have to enrol at a particular time in order to start an Executive Concentration?

No, Executive Concentration courses are self-managed and you can enrol at any time. You can study as and when your agenda and schedule allow.

Are all Executive Concentration online?

Yes, the Executive Concentration courses are fully online.

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