The programme envisages six courses, each structured in three modules, for a total of 240 hours of lessons, coordinated in such a way to ensure an in-depth coverage of both theoretical and practical aspects for each subject.
Lessons can be held in Italian or English. Therefore, an adequate knowledge of the two languages is a prerequisite for admission to the Executive Master.
The teaching method is both theoretical and practical, with classes held by academics, by experts from the Bank of Italy, the European Central Bank, the European Commission, the European Banking Authority, and by representatives of the banking industry, consultancy firms or law firms of acknowledged international repute.
In June 2021, several keynote lectures will be delivered – one for each course – by a high-level expert, followed by a 3-hour discussion session led by the course supervisor, with the participation of other practioners and academics, to address, under the Chatam House rule, topical contemporary issues in banking regulation.
|Banking Company Law||Marco Lamandini|
|Administrative Banking Law||Raffaele D’Ambrosio|
|Procedural Banking Law||Marcello Marinari|
|Law of Bank Crisis Management||David Ramos Muñoz|
|Banking Contract Law||Alessandro Pomelli|
|Banking Criminal Law||Silvia Allegrezza|
The teaching calendar is available for consultation at www.master.unibo.it/bulaw/en/