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Applications still being accepted for the Diploma in Finance Law

The Diploma Centre is accepting late applications for its Diploma in Finance Law which provides a comprehensive and in-depth understanding of the regulation of financial and capital markets.  


Beginning on 12 October 2021, this course examines the provision of financial services from a national and international perspective. This dynamic area is constantly subject to regulatory and statutory changes at both a European and national level. Ireland is recognised as a global financial services and technology hub, and the course examines the use of FinTech and RegTech in the industry. The course also focuses on specific technical and legal aspects, including a review of the underlying principles and characteristics of banking and financial markets, perspectives on corporate finance, and the regulatory issues that relate to domestic and international capital markets. 


Autumn 2021 module structure:


Module 1: Financial services market

Module 2: Industry sectors

Module 3: Banking sectors

Module 4: Loan financing                   

Module 5: Capital markets and corporate governance


Workshops are a key feature of this course with an emphasis on the application of finance law to common scenarios encountered in practice.


For further information visit or contact Deirdre Flynn, Course Leader, by emailing

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