FIN4009 - Hong Kong Banking and Finance Law
|先修單元:||ACC2021/ACY2021 Hong Kong Business Law
or with the Instructor’s permission and upon endorsement of the relevant Head and Programme Director
A general introduction to many aspects of banking law and practice is provided. A broad overview of the law relating to negotiable instruments, securities, electronic banking, credit and charge cards and the banker/financial institution-customer relationship is also provided. Students will examine the manner in which the law has been used as a facilitator of social and economic policy in the field of banking and finance. Also considered is the role of non-judicial forms of conciliation and mediation in the resolution of disputes over aspects of banking practice.
Upon completion of this module, students should be able to:
- identify the interlinking of the different regulators within the Hong Kong financial regulatory framework;
- explain the essentials of the basic banking and finance law;
- apply the principles of banking and finance law via case studies and problem solving; and
- explain the banker and customer relationship, the variety of banking products and their links with the banking and finance law.