Consumer Financial Services Law (LAW-709B-001)
Jerry Buckley, Lee Negroni
Unlikely to be offered in F2018. Assessment: Paper. Take-home exam, multiple-choice questions. Class participation.
LAW - 709B Consumer Financial Services Law (2 hrs.)
Acquaints students with the primary laws and rules governing consumer financial services, the agencies with jurisdiction over these laws and supervisory powers over the financial providers, and the process by which these laws are enacted, interpreted and enforced. The consumer financial services industry is a large part of the American economy, with new products frequently introduced and constantly emerging methods of distribution, including e-commerce and social media. Includes group discussions with compliance professionals in the financial industry, reflecting the central role of compliance in consumer financial protection. Buckley, Negroni - Fall 2017.
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