Commercial Banking

This course provides an introduction to the economics, operation, and regulation of commercial banking. Basic materials include an overview of how banks manage their risks, including both interest rate risks and credit risks, and also how banks earn profits. The formation of national associations and Illinois banks are covered as is the analysis of the rules and regulations which affect their operation. Particular attention is given to special reporting requirements to regulators. In addition, federal and state regulation of bank holding companies is examined. This course or its waiver is a prerequisite for LAW 820.

Course Information
Course #: LAW 803
Program: LLM
Area of Study: Financial Services Law and Compliance