This course, a joint offering of the Law School and the Business School, concerns the regulation of capital markets: the New York Stock Exchange, NASDAQ and the wide variety of other institutions devoted to the trading of securities. Capital markets... (3 pts.)
Derivatives (e.g., over-the-counter and exchange-traded futures, forwards, options, and swaps) are essential to the means and mechanisms of modern global finance. They are employed by financial institutions, major corporations, institutional investors,... Learn more
This course examines the phenomenon of corporate acquisitions from financial and transactional perspectives. It begins with a review of the various explanations offered for why acquisitions take place: for example, tax incentives, displacement of... Learn more
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