21210171-2 - Banking and insurance law II

The course is divided into a single educational module concerning the following topics: (i) with regard to banking law, the sources of banking law, the European Banking Union, the banking activity, the supervisory authorities, the various types of banks, the activities of credit disposal, leasing and customer protection; (ii) with regard to insurance law, the insurance company regulation, insurance intermediaries, as well as the specific types of insurance contracts. The aim of the course is to provide students with the necessary tools to understand the current regulatory developments in the banking and insurance sector.

RABITTI MADDALENA

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Mutuazione: 21210171-2 DIRITTO DELLE BANCHE E DELLE ASSICURAZIONI II in Finanza e impresa LM-16 RABITTI MADDALENA

Programme

The course aims to provide students with the tools to learn about the lines of banking and financial law. In particular, the module dedicated to banking law will deepen: the system of sources of banking law, both European and national; the European banking union, the notion of a bank and financial intermediary; the role of the Bank of Italy; the different types of banks; banking activities, banking products and complex products; banking transparency; contracts with customers, consumer credit, the role of the ABF; then, with regard to financial activities, credit discounting, customer protection and leasing activities are deepened.

With reference, instead, to the part of insurance law, the other module concerns: the regulation of the insurance company, the insurance intermediaries, the insurance contracts, the sources, the insurance and reinsurance companies, the Directive c.d. "solvency II"; supervision of the insurance system, competition law and regulations of foreign companies; distribution of insurance products and various figures of intermediaries; non-life insurance classes; life insurance; forms of risk sharing in the insurance field with particular reinsurance analysis; co-insurance; compulsory insurance.


Core Documentation

P. Bontempi, Diritto bancario e finanziario, Giuffré, last edition: from the cap. I to the chap. VIII included.
A. Donati-G. Volpe Putzolu, Manual of insurance law, Milan, Giuffrè Editore, last edition, 2012: part I, from the cap. II to the chap. V (from page 15 to page 47); part I, from the cap. VII to chap. IX (from page 57 to page 68); parts II / III, from the cap. XI to the chap. XXI (from page 77 to page 178); part III, from the chap. XXIII (from page 185 to page 198); part III, from the chap. XXV to the chap. XXVI (from page 205 to page 222).


RABITTI MADDALENA

teacher profile | teaching materials

Mutuazione: 21210171-2 DIRITTO DELLE BANCHE E DELLE ASSICURAZIONI II in Finanza e impresa LM-16 RABITTI MADDALENA

Programme

The course aims to provide students with the tools to learn about the lines of banking and financial law. In particular, the module dedicated to banking law will deepen: the system of sources of banking law, both European and national; the European banking union, the notion of a bank and financial intermediary; the role of the Bank of Italy; the different types of banks; banking activities, banking products and complex products; banking transparency; contracts with customers, consumer credit, the role of the ABF; then, with regard to financial activities, credit discounting, customer protection and leasing activities are deepened.

With reference, instead, to the part of insurance law, the other module concerns: the regulation of the insurance company, the insurance intermediaries, the insurance contracts, the sources, the insurance and reinsurance companies, the Directive c.d. "solvency II"; supervision of the insurance system, competition law and regulations of foreign companies; distribution of insurance products and various figures of intermediaries; non-life insurance classes; life insurance; forms of risk sharing in the insurance field with particular reinsurance analysis; co-insurance; compulsory insurance.


Core Documentation

P. Bontempi, Diritto bancario e finanziario, Giuffré, last edition: from the cap. I to the chap. VIII included.
A. Donati-G. Volpe Putzolu, Manual of insurance law, Milan, Giuffrè Editore, last edition, 2012: part I, from the cap. II to the chap. V (from page 15 to page 47); part I, from the cap. VII to chap. IX (from page 57 to page 68); parts II / III, from the cap. XI to the chap. XXI (from page 77 to page 178); part III, from the chap. XXIII (from page 185 to page 198); part III, from the chap. XXV to the chap. XXVI (from page 205 to page 222).


RABITTI MADDALENA

teacher profile | teaching materials

Mutuazione: 21210171-2 DIRITTO DELLE BANCHE E DELLE ASSICURAZIONI II in Finanza e impresa LM-16 RABITTI MADDALENA

Programme

The course aims to provide students with the tools to learn about the lines of banking and financial law. In particular, the module dedicated to banking law will deepen: the system of sources of banking law, both European and national; the European banking union, the notion of a bank and financial intermediary; the role of the Bank of Italy; the different types of banks; banking activities, banking products and complex products; banking transparency; contracts with customers, consumer credit, the role of the ABF; then, with regard to financial activities, credit discounting, customer protection and leasing activities are deepened.

With reference, instead, to the part of insurance law, the other module concerns: the regulation of the insurance company, the insurance intermediaries, the insurance contracts, the sources, the insurance and reinsurance companies, the Directive c.d. "solvency II"; supervision of the insurance system, competition law and regulations of foreign companies; distribution of insurance products and various figures of intermediaries; non-life insurance classes; life insurance; forms of risk sharing in the insurance field with particular reinsurance analysis; co-insurance; compulsory insurance.


Core Documentation

P. Bontempi, Diritto bancario e finanziario, Giuffré, last edition: from the cap. I to the chap. VIII included.
A. Donati-G. Volpe Putzolu, Manual of insurance law, Milan, Giuffrè Editore, last edition, 2012: part I, from the cap. II to the chap. V (from page 15 to page 47); part I, from the cap. VII to chap. IX (from page 57 to page 68); parts II / III, from the cap. XI to the chap. XXI (from page 77 to page 178); part III, from the chap. XXIII (from page 185 to page 198); part III, from the chap. XXV to the chap. XXVI (from page 205 to page 222).


RABITTI MADDALENA

teacher profile | teaching materials

Mutuazione: 21210171-2 DIRITTO DELLE BANCHE E DELLE ASSICURAZIONI II in Finanza e impresa LM-16 RABITTI MADDALENA

Programme

The course aims to provide students with the tools to learn about the lines of banking and financial law. In particular, the module dedicated to banking law will deepen: the system of sources of banking law, both European and national; the European banking union, the notion of a bank and financial intermediary; the role of the Bank of Italy; the different types of banks; banking activities, banking products and complex products; banking transparency; contracts with customers, consumer credit, the role of the ABF; then, with regard to financial activities, credit discounting, customer protection and leasing activities are deepened.

With reference, instead, to the part of insurance law, the other module concerns: the regulation of the insurance company, the insurance intermediaries, the insurance contracts, the sources, the insurance and reinsurance companies, the Directive c.d. "solvency II"; supervision of the insurance system, competition law and regulations of foreign companies; distribution of insurance products and various figures of intermediaries; non-life insurance classes; life insurance; forms of risk sharing in the insurance field with particular reinsurance analysis; co-insurance; compulsory insurance.


Core Documentation

P. Bontempi, Diritto bancario e finanziario, Giuffré, last edition: from the cap. I to the chap. VIII included.
A. Donati-G. Volpe Putzolu, Manual of insurance law, Milan, Giuffrè Editore, last edition, 2012: part I, from the cap. II to the chap. V (from page 15 to page 47); part I, from the cap. VII to chap. IX (from page 57 to page 68); parts II / III, from the cap. XI to the chap. XXI (from page 77 to page 178); part III, from the chap. XXIII (from page 185 to page 198); part III, from the chap. XXV to the chap. XXVI (from page 205 to page 222).


RABITTI MADDALENA

teacher profile | teaching materials

Mutuazione: 21210171-2 DIRITTO DELLE BANCHE E DELLE ASSICURAZIONI II in Finanza e impresa LM-16 RABITTI MADDALENA

Programme

The course aims to provide students with the tools to learn about the lines of banking and financial law. In particular, the module dedicated to banking law will deepen: the system of sources of banking law, both European and national; the European banking union, the notion of a bank and financial intermediary; the role of the Bank of Italy; the different types of banks; banking activities, banking products and complex products; banking transparency; contracts with customers, consumer credit, the role of the ABF; then, with regard to financial activities, credit discounting, customer protection and leasing activities are deepened.

With reference, instead, to the part of insurance law, the other module concerns: the regulation of the insurance company, the insurance intermediaries, the insurance contracts, the sources, the insurance and reinsurance companies, the Directive c.d. "solvency II"; supervision of the insurance system, competition law and regulations of foreign companies; distribution of insurance products and various figures of intermediaries; non-life insurance classes; life insurance; forms of risk sharing in the insurance field with particular reinsurance analysis; co-insurance; compulsory insurance.


Core Documentation

P. Bontempi, Diritto bancario e finanziario, Giuffré, last edition: from the cap. I to the chap. VIII included.
A. Donati-G. Volpe Putzolu, Manual of insurance law, Milan, Giuffrè Editore, last edition, 2012: part I, from the cap. II to the chap. V (from page 15 to page 47); part I, from the cap. VII to chap. IX (from page 57 to page 68); parts II / III, from the cap. XI to the chap. XXI (from page 77 to page 178); part III, from the chap. XXIII (from page 185 to page 198); part III, from the chap. XXV to the chap. XXVI (from page 205 to page 222).