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Executive Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Banking and Securities Law

The Executive Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Banking and Securities Law offers an innovative legal qualification, designed to completely and comprehensively meet the needs and requirements of today’s complex field of banking and securities law.
As a part of the graduate program of the Institute for Finance, the Executive Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Banking and Securities Law offers an in-depth analysis of financial law in- and outside the European Economic Area (EEA) - with a special emphasis on the law of asset management and investment funds. In addition to a sound knowledge of European legislative acts and the specific legal features of the Principality of Liechtenstein and other important jurisdictions, participants will acquire essential and practice-oriented interdisciplinary skills. The lectures will be held in German. The program is well-suited to the needs and requirements of global financial markets.

On the basis of this specifically designed qualification, participants will be capable of advising financial intermediaries on the legal aspects of asset, wealth and fund management, both locally and globally, or to undertake positions of responsibility in management structures. Furthermore, the skills and methods learnt during the Executive Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Banking and Securities Law will enable partici­pants to keep abreast of any significant legal developments on financial markets. With regard to the Bologna Declaration, the University of Liechtenstein wishes to make an active contribution to international occupational mobility in Europe with its Executive Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Banking and Securities Law.

Target Group

The program is designed for graduates from various disciplines (e.g. law, business and trust administration, banking and finance, insurance and public governance practice, as well as consulting). Applicants should preferably have a law degree and the desire to acquire a comprehensive and practice-oriented qualification in banking and securities law.

Fact sheet

Graduation: LL.M. (Banking and Securities Law)

 Start: September 2018

Duration: 3 Semesters (incl. Master-Thesis)

Form of Study: extra occupational

Language Proficiency: The courses are mainly held in German.

Tuition Fees: CHF 28`500,-



Organisation and Application

Application form
Student regulations
Study and assessment regulations
Disciplinary code
Scale of fees



Academic Director  
Prof. Dr. Nicolas Raschauer
Head of the Propter Homines Chair for Banking and Securities Law
University of Liechtenstein, Vaduz

Student Counselling  
Dipl. Kff. Nadja Dobler
Telefon +423 265 11 98
Fax +423 265 11 12