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Digital Finance Regulation

  • Leading institution: European Central Bank

  • EC:3

General Description

Digital Finance Regulation' is a comprehensive course designed to provide doctoral candidates with an in-depth understanding of the regulatory landscape governing the rapidly evolving field of digital finance. Candidates will explore the regulatory frameworks that shape digital finance operations, covering key areas such as payments, cryptocurrencies, fintech innovation, and consumer protection. Candidates will gain insights into pending changes in EU regulations, including directives, guidelines, and initiatives aimed at fostering innovation while ensuring financial stability and consumer safety. The course will discuss emerging directions and focus points in digital finance regulation, including regulatory sandboxes, cross-border cooperation, and sustainability considerations. Furthermore, candidates will learn best practices for compliance and monitoring, including risk assessment, governance structures, and regulatory reporting requirements. By the end of this course, candidates will be equipped with the knowledge and tools to navigate the complex regulatory landscape of digital finance, enabling them to ensure compliance, mitigate risks, and seize opportunities in this rapidly evolving industry.

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