29 November 2017: 3rd Deloitte Brexit Lecture - "Brexit – Implications for the Financial Service Industry"

It's more than one year after the Brexit referendum. The negotiations between the EU and Great Britain are ongoing with an open end regarding implications for the Financial Service Industry. Having said this, Theresa May only...[more]

28 November 2017: Lecture by Sir Geoffrey Vos, Chancellor of the High Court in England & Wales, on "The future for the UK’s jurisdiction and English Law after Brexit"

The British Honorary Consulate Frankfurt am Main and the Institute for Law and Finance, Frankfurt am Main, have the pleasure to invite you to a lecture held by Sir Geoffrey Vos Chancellor of the High Court in England...[more]

24 November 2017, 19:00 h: ILF Guest Lecture and Alumni & Friends Evening

Dear Alumni, the ILF cordially invites you to our next guest lecture held by Professor Tatjana Jovanić (University of Belgrade, Faculty of Law) who is also an alumna of the Institute for Law and Finance on "Economic...[more]

ILF Sommerlehrgang Bank- & Kapitalmarktrecht 21. August bis 1. September 2017

Der Lehrgang BANK- UND KAPITALMARKTRECHT vom 21. August bis 1. September 2017 vermittelt neben aufsichtsrechtlichen Grundlagen vertiefte Kenntnisse der Finanzierung durch Kredite, Schuldverschreibungen und Aktienemissionen....

9 - 10 June 2017: ILF's 15th Anniversary Celebrations cum Alumni Homecoming

On 9 and 10 June 2017, we will be celebrating the 15th anniversary of the ILF with interesting guest lectures on current financial and legal topics, an excursion to the new headquarters of the European Central Bank (ECB) and a...[more]

30 May 2017: Guest Lecture by Dr. Philipp Paech, LSE, on "Smart Contracts: Legal and Regulatory Insights"

Abstract: Blockchain technology is often associated with a closely related phenomenon, the ‘smart contract’. The market is now exploring ways of using these concepts for financial assets, such as securities, fiat money and...[more]

22 May 2017: Guest Lecture by Professor David C. Donald, Chinese University of Hong Kong, on "Financialization of the business corporation and its distortion of productive activity”

David C. Donald is a Professor in the Law Faculty of The Chinese University of Hong Kong. David previously taught at the ILF of the Goethe-University of Frankfurt and worked as a commercial lawyer in the US and Europe. His...[more]

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