Corporate Finance Law Honours Track

Corporate finance is omnipresent in today’s global economy, be it for the financing of start-ups, for multi-national company groups that may list shares or bonds to meet their financing needs for ongoing operations or to invest in new R&D projects, or for private equity firms that seek to acquire target companies.

Are you curious about how different financing operations are structured from a legal perspective? Do you want to acquire the skills needed to be able to draft corporate finance documentation? Are you interested in meeting law firms and other market players in this area and building your own network for your future career? If so, then this Corporate Finance Law Honours Track, a cooperative venture between METRO and ICGI, might be right for you.

The participants have the possibility to participate in the CorpDoxEX project on corporate finance documentation. Participation not obligatory.

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The Corporate Finance Law Honours Track offers students the opportunity to gain a deep and practical insight into corporate finance law. Students will learn first-hand and interactively from academics, practitioners and policy makers about

​the basic theoretical and legal concepts of corporate finance law, such as the regulation of financing structures;
the acquisition of technical skills, for example being able to draft corporate finance documentation (articles of association, shareholder agreements, loan documentation and so on);
the critical evaluation and formulation of policy options in the ambit of corporate finance.

The Corporate Finance Law Honours Track acts in cooperation with YER Legal Recruitment which will provide students with tailormade career advice and connect them with law firms and other market players throughout Europe.


The Corporate Finance Law Honours Track
will consist of the following four elements: