After successful completion of this course, students:
1. Have proven knowledge and ability to understand issues in special field of Banking Law.
2. Be able to use in practice the knowledge and understanding ability acquired.
3. Be able to develop and support legal arguments and to propose practical solutions to legal problems on the special field of Banking Law.
4. Be able to provide accurate information on the issues of Banking Law towards to both qualified and non-qualified audience.
Course Content (Syllabus)
The course "Banking Law" includes the following sections:
1. Introduction (Basic concepts - Distinctions - Sources of the banking law)
2. Credit institutions (Banks) - The European System of Central Banks (ESCB) - The concept of bank in Greek law -Banking corporations - Tiresias SA - Financial institutions
3. Supervision by the competent Greek authorities
4. General rules (relationship of trust - the banking secrecy - the contracting parties - general terms and conditions - banking accounts (such as current and mutual accounts) - the fees of the banking services, (interests, permissions) - enforcement of judgments.
5. The banking services: Deposits by the public - The credits – Factoring - Leasing- Services of the payments and transport of capitals (bank transfer, transactions) - Issue of means of payments (credit cards, smart carts, travel checks etc)- Warranties and other obligations (letter of credit, letter of guarantee)- Swaps - Asset management - Portfolio management - Ιnvestment services - Depository (safety deposit boxes) - Bank insurance
Course Bibliography (Eudoxus)
1. Ρόκας Ν./Γκόρτσος Χ./Μικρουλέα Α./Λιβαδά Χ., Στοιχεία Τραπεζικού Δικαίου, 3η έκδοση, εκδ. Νομική Βιβλιοθήκη, 2016 [ISBN: 978-960-562-572-6, Κωδ. ΕΥΔΟΞΟΣ: 59397373]
2. Ψυχομάνης Σ., Εγχειρίδιο τραπεζικού δικαίου, 2η έκδοση, εκδ. Σάκκουλα, 2016 [ISBN: 978-960-568-479-2, Κωδ. ΕΥΔΟΞΟΣ: 59358818]