KCL or QMUL bank and fin LLM


merlo

Dear all,

I have a great trouble, I'm searching for the most renowed sources of information to state which LLM in banking and finance law is better recognized and ranked!!

Anyone could advise me please?

Dear all,

I have a great trouble, I'm searching for the most renowed sources of information to state which LLM in banking and finance law is better recognized and ranked!!

Anyone could advise me please?

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LLM13

I have the same question but add UCL to the other two. Where would you go for banking and/or finance if you had offers from all three??

I have the same question but add UCL to the other two. Where would you go for banking and/or finance if you had offers from all three??
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merlo

Hi LLM13,

If we look at the courses offered in the bank. and fin. LLM path I would say, depending on my professional needs (I'm a business lawyer) that the offer of KCL is more complete respect that of QMUL (e.g. KCL courses include securitisation instead of QMUL). Hence, as I see it, in term of completion of the courses I could assign the first position both to King's and UCL and the second to QMUL. What's your view in term of specialization covered by taught courses forn KCL, UCL and QMUL?

Hi LLM13,

If we look at the courses offered in the bank. and fin. LLM path I would say, depending on my professional needs (I'm a business lawyer) that the offer of KCL is more complete respect that of QMUL (e.g. KCL courses include securitisation instead of QMUL). Hence, as I see it, in term of completion of the courses I could assign the first position both to King's and UCL and the second to QMUL. What's your view in term of specialization covered by taught courses forn KCL, UCL and QMUL?
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ItalianLaw

Hi LLM13,

If we look at the courses offered in the bank. and fin. LLM path I would say, depending on my professional needs (I'm a business lawyer) that the offer of KCL is more complete respect that of QMUL (e.g. KCL courses include securitisation instead of QMUL). Hence, as I see it, in term of completion of the courses I could assign the first position both to King's and UCL and the second to QMUL. What's your view in term of specialization covered by taught courses forn KCL, UCL and QMUL?


Securitization is on Financial Law Applied at QMUL. QMUL has both modules on regulation and on the transactional side.

[quote]Hi LLM13,

If we look at the courses offered in the bank. and fin. LLM path I would say, depending on my professional needs (I'm a business lawyer) that the offer of KCL is more complete respect that of QMUL (e.g. KCL courses include securitisation instead of QMUL). Hence, as I see it, in term of completion of the courses I could assign the first position both to King's and UCL and the second to QMUL. What's your view in term of specialization covered by taught courses forn KCL, UCL and QMUL? [/quote]

Securitization is on Financial Law Applied at QMUL. QMUL has both modules on regulation and on the transactional side.
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