Law of Banking provides an introduction to the practice of banking and to relevant principles. The course is concerned with the relation of banker and customer and with instruments, processes and transactions commonly met in that context. It falls into two parts, with the first covering banking regulation and important banking principles and the second considering their application to common banking products and services.
the banking industry in Australia today
financial services regulation
the banker-customer relationship
privacy and the banker’s duty of confidentiality
Australian Financial Services Licences and Australian Credit Licences
the future of banking, challenges and current issues
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