"EBI MASTER IN EU BANKING AND FINANCIAL REGULATION (LL.M.)"
at Frankfurt School of Finance and Management
Prof. Dr. Christos Gortsos
Professor of Public Economic Law
President of the Academic Board of EBI
Prof. Dr. Edgar Löw
Professor of Accounting
Member of the Academic Board of EBI
Academic Director, President of EBI Academic Board
Programme Director, Frankfurt School
President, Frankfurt School
President of the Supervisory Board, EBI
Prof. Dr. Christos Gortsos and Prof. Dr. Edgar Löw explain in the video below what the EBI Master in Banking & Financial Regulation is, how the programme was developed and what students can gain from it:
The European Banking Institute and Frankfurt School of Finance and Management have jointly established and strategically manage the master’s programme: EBI Master in EU Banking and Financial Regulation, which is awarded a Master of Laws (LLM) degree. EBI Master students will gain the skills and necessary expertise to successfully work in the entire field of banking and financial regulation.
In particular, this programme offers courses on the following subjects: foundations of financial systems, financial regulation and accounting, financial markets in crisis, consumer protection and behavioural economics, institutional and substantive aspects of banking regulation and supervision, bank crisis prevention and management, capital markets regulation and supervision, insurance regulation and supervision, central banking policies, including monetary policy and macroprudential oversight, as well as ESG in the financial system.
- Degree: Masters in Laws (LL.M.) (90 ECTS)
- Language: ENGLISH
- Tuition Fee: 30.000 EUR
- Application Deadline: 30 June
- Programme Start: September
- Duration: 4 Semesters