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Master of Laws (LLM in Banking and Finance Law)

Master of Laws (LLM in Banking and Finance Law)

Learning Mode:

Full Time

Course Level:

Masters Degree

Course Duration:

1 Year


Bachelor's degree in Law with minimum 50% aggregate marks.

Course Details:

Master of Law (LLM in Banking and Finance Law), is a one to two years postgraduate professional Law degree course in India. Banking, Corporate, and Finance are one of the several LLM program in the country where lawyers can take a year, of course, related to specifically to Banking & Financial Law, like Mergers & Acquisition, Securities Regulation, Banking Regulation and Investment Banking.

The master specialized study is designed with the aim to focus on legal rules and aspects of Banking & Finance Law in a wide interdisciplinary and comparative framework. The law study equips candidates with discipline-specific and transferable skills that are particularly valuable for professional practices and regulatory bodies.

The master course is designed to produce professional personnel to fulfill demand for versatile Banking & Finance Lawyer, by offering a unique portfolio of course that allow candidates to acquire in-depth knowledge of legal, economic, financial and banking regulations, covering the entire sector of Banking & Finance.
The law study focuses on the legal aspects of the Banking transaction, such as Drafting, Contracts, Insurance, Financing, Bank Guarantees, Insolvency issues, and Investment. The study develops the knowledge and skills about Banking & Finance law and candidates can able to debate, good orator to satisfy their clients as per their cases requirement.

The study is focused on theoretical and practical aspects of Principles and Techniques in an academic discipline such as, Banking & Finance Law, Commercial Banking & Financial Markets, National & International Economic Affairs, Principles of Insurance Law, Corporate Social Responsibility and the Law, Law of Capital Market, Comparative and International Trust Law, Regulation of International Finance Law, Economic, Politics, Banking & Financial Models and Derivatives in a Legal Context.


The candidate have to complete Bachelor Degree like, Bachelor of Arts (BA), Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com), Bachelor of Legislative Law (L.L.B) or any Bachelor Degree with relevant subjects, or equivalent examination ,with minimum aggregate 55% marks, such candidates are eligible to take admission in Master’s Degree professional study program.

Course Duration / Learning Mode

This course requires study requires 1 to 2 years of the time period in India, It’s a Full Time professional degree course, but some candidates use part time, correspondence education program and also go for distance learning study option to earn this degree.

Further Study

After the successful completion of master’s degree course, candidates can pursue for, M.Phil (Banking and Finance Law), Ph.D. (Doctorate in Banking and Finance Law) or do specialisation and research oriented work in their respective field.

Career Option

The Master’s degree holder have an excellent career opportunity in Government and Private sector like Law Firms, Banks, Insurance Company, Universities & Colleges. After the successful completion of course, one can recognize as Magistrate / Judge and Lawyer.

One can able to work as Senior Manager (Bank), Legal Assistant, Associate Merger & Acquisitions, Associate Investment Analyst, Legal Office, External Consultant, Lecturer or Professor (Banking and Finance Law), Associate Project Advisor, Implementation Consultant, etc.


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