Securities Regulation and Corporate Takeovers (5226LAW)

This course examines Australian securities regulation in the context of global financial markets. It covers both the primary and secondary capital markets, their relationship to corporate governance, the market for corporate control and the regulation of corporate takeovers. This course can be taken as a free choice elective for students enrolled in the Bachelor of Business OR Bachelor of Commerce degree programs. The prerequisite for Bachelor of Business OR Bachelor of Commerce students is 2106AFE Company Law. Prerequisites: 4025LAW Corporations and Associations Law OR 3002LAW Corporate Governance and Regulation OR OR 2106AFE Company Law.

Course study information

Credit points (awarded)

10 (10)

Study level

Student contribution band

Band 3

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