Study programme 2020-2021Français
Regulatory Framework in the financial Sector
Programme component of Master's in Business Engineering : Specialist Focus à la Warocqué School of Business and Economics

Students are asked to consult the ECTS course descriptions for each learning activity (AA) to know what special Covid-19 assessment methods are possibly planned for the end of Q3

CodeTypeHead of UE Department’s
contact details
UW-M1-IGGESS-038-MCompulsory UEBAUWERAERTS JonathanW711 - Service de Comptabilité,Audit, Risk management et Entrepreneuriat
  • BAUWERAERTS Jonathan

of instruction
of assessment
HT(*) HTPE(*) HTPS(*) HR(*) HD(*) CreditsWeighting Term
  • Anglais
Anglais24000033.002nd term

AA CodeTeaching Activity (AA) HT(*) HTPE(*) HTPS(*) HR(*) HD(*) Term Weighting
W-DDIV-052Regulatory Framework in the financial Sector240000Q2100.00%
Programme component

Objectives of Programme's Learning Outcomes

  • Mobilise expertise in at least one area of management.
    • Mobilise acquired skills in a specific professional environment.
    • Contribute to the development of innovative tools and solutions.
  • Professionally communicate and present original work both orally and in writing.
    • Conduct scientific reasoning on complex or innovative management issues.
  • Be independent and regularly adapt to new contexts.
    • Demonstrate independence and persevere, despite the difficulties or initial errors, to find an optimal solution.

Learning Outcomes of UE

After completing this course, students will be able to understand the regulatory context in which banks and insurance companies evolve, to apply regulation standards to banks and insurance companies, to calculate minimal solvency and liquidity requirements for banks and insurance companies and to take a critical look at the evolution of the regulatory framework in the financial sectors. `

Content of UE

The growing role of financial institutions in the global economy has modified previous regulations, but often approaches used in previous regulations have been preserved. In order to understand the current regulatory environment of financial institutions, it is necessary to understand historical developments. This course will therefore adopt an historical perspective to explain the evolution of regulatory institutions and standards in the financial sectors.

Prior Experience

Not applicable

Type of Assessment for UE in Q2

  • Presentation and/or works
  • Oral Examination

Q2 UE Assessment Comments

Oral examination: 70%
Présentation et/ou travaux: 30%

Type of Assessment for UE in Q3

  • Oral examination

Q3 UE Assessment Comments

Oral examination: 100%

Type of Teaching Activity/Activities

AAType of Teaching Activity/Activities
  • Cours magistraux

Mode of delivery

AAMode of delivery
  • Mixed

Required Reading


Required Learning Resources/Tools

AARequired Learning Resources/Tools
W-DDIV-052Not applicable

Recommended Reading


Recommended Learning Resources/Tools

AARecommended Learning Resources/Tools
W-DDIV-052Not applicable

Other Recommended Reading

AAOther Recommended Reading
W-DDIV-052Not applicable

Grade Deferrals of AAs from one year to the next

AAGrade Deferrals of AAs from one year to the next
(*) HT : Hours of theory - HTPE : Hours of in-class exercices - HTPS : hours of practical work - HD : HMiscellaneous time - HR : Hours of remedial classes. - Per. (Period), Y=Year, Q1=1st term et Q2=2nd term
Date de génération : 09/07/2021
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