Banking Law

Bank law: Basic features of the BWG (Banking Act); credit / loan agreement, account, giro transfer, security, letter of credit; consumer protection in banking; duty of care in advisory relationships (esp. WAG); Advanced: loan securities

Mode of delivery

face to face

Type

compulsory

Recommended or required reading and other learning resources/tools

Graf, Bankvertragsrecht, Orac-Skriptum, 5. Aufl.; Apathy/Iro/Koziol (Hrsg), Österreichisches Bankvertragsrecht, Springer; Dullinger/Kaindl (Hrsg), Bank- und Kapitalmarktrecht aktuell Jahrbuch 2011/2012, MANZ; Dellinger, BWG-Kommentar, LexisNexis Brandl/Saria, WAG-Kommentar, Springer; Kerres/Kainz, Wertpapierdienstleistungen nach dem WAG 2007, MANZ; Aicher/Kalss/Oppitz (Hrsg), Grundfragen des neuen Börserechts, Orac; Temmel (Hrsg), BörseG-Kommentar, LexisNexis. Butschek/Unger, Bankvertragsrecht, Manz.

Planned learning activities and teaching methods

Lectures, case studies, discussions

Assessment methods and criteria

Written final examination (70%), continuous assessment (e.g. discussions) (30%)

Prerequisites and co-requisites

Fundamentals of Accounting and Corporate Law

Infos

Degree programme

Banking and Finance (Bachelor)

Cycle

Bachelor

ECTS Credits

2.00

Language of instruction

German

Curriculum

Full-Time

Academic year

2021

Semester

4 SS

Incoming

Yes

Learning outcome

After the successful completion of this course the students will be able to identify requirements of bank supervising law and to take advantage of consultation services. The students will also be able to base customer relationships on banking law and effectively discuss legal issues with legal advisers.

Course code

0229-12-02-VZ-DE-55