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international finance

This is the page for Caroline Bradley’s International Finance Class at the University of Miami. This class was last offered as a seminar in Spring 2015. The Spring 2019 class is a regular 3 credit class. Assessment is by means of a paper (on a topic which must be approved by me early in the semester) or a take-home final exam.

The Spring 2019 plan is to focus on the following 5 topics: Litigation Issues in International Financial Transactions; Issues in Transnational Financial Regulation; Compliance and International Finance: Sanctions, Money Laundering, Libor; Fintech; and Climate Change: Financial Stability and Climate Finance.

Classes are in Room F402 on Mondays and Wednesdays from 11 am to 12.20 pm.

Week 15: April 22-25 On Monday I plan to finish discussing some of the Brexit material and do some wrapping up of the class. I will also bring the evaluation forms so class will finish around 12.05pm.

There will be a review session on Thursday April 25 from 3-5pm in F200. This is primarily for those who are taking the final exam (although all are welcome). I will plan to have an exam in the same format as the 2014 exam I put on the materials page. You can see that in 2014 I was also concerned with the gatekeepers issue, and also bear in mind that from the beginning of the semester I identified the 5 topics set out above as the focus of the class. We did spend more time on some of these issues than on others. But you will have a choice about what questions to answer.

Have a good weekend.