Braga – International Banking Law and Finance

2017 will be the year where ELSA UMinho will invite you to a Summer ELSA Law School on the topic of 'International Banking Law and Finance'. It will take place in Braga, one of the Portuguese cities with the youngest population - known for its spirit of freedom - between the 23rd and the 30th of July. In a world where everything is connected, it is important to get to know not only the theory but also the practical part, presented by Nuno Cerejeira Namora, Pedro Marinho Falcão & Associados – Sociedade de Advogados RL – a lawyer's society.
The event aims to bring together 30 participants and every day will be different. The programme will include lectures in the morning and a social programme in the afternoon and evening which will allow participants to enjoy the academic knowledge acquired whilst having lots of fun in Portugal.
Come and meet us. We are waiting for you!
Maximum participation fees
ELSA Members from Non-Favoured Countries: €250
ELSA Members from Favoured Countries: €230
Non ELSA Members: €300
Maximum extra fees
Gala ball: €40
Two-way airport transfer: €17
Extra nights: €40
Braga, Portugal
Hotel Lamaçães, Braga
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Date of arrival
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Academic Partner
Nuno Cerejeira Namora, Pedro Marinho Falcão & Associados – Sociedade de Advogados RL
Academic Programme
Monday, 24/07/2017 – Introduction to Banking Law and Finance
• Course outline: basic concepts of banking and finance, law in the financial sector and law in banking sector
Tuesday, 25/07/2017 – Banking Law:
• Evolution, nature and content of banking law in the national, international and global spheres
• Basic concepts of regulatort activity and Principles of Regulation and Markets in the European Union
Wednesday, 26/07/2017 – Law of Finance and Foreign Investment in Emerging Economies
• Financing Development
• Debt and Financial Aid
• Financing by International Institutions
• International Trade and Foreign Direct Investment
Thursday, 27/07/2017 – Legal Aspects of Financing Development
• Capital: Private and Public Sources
• New Challenges and Conditionalities
Friday, 28/07/2017 – Moot Court