Legal

Designed and delivered by experienced legal practitioners, Euromoney's legal training is comprehensive, highly practical, and immersive.

Euromoney offers a wide range of legal courses focused on equipping in-house legal counsel and legal advisors with practical skills and a detailed understanding of a variety of financial instruments so that they can support deals, assist in product development and scrutinise the bank’s risk management and compliance with confidence.

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Euromoney Learning | Banking & Financial Training
  • Get the essential business, management and non-legal skills needed now
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  • What do past attendees say about this public course?
    The course included lots of workshops and case studies to deliver key information
    ExxonMobil
    • Legal Support Manager
  • Learn about all aspects of loan transactions and the legal complications of incorrect documentation
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  • An interactive in-house programme delivered for the Bank of China
    Best legal training I ever had - very informative, very useful
    Bank of China
    • Past attendee
  • Euromoney explores the key challenges facing bank compliance officers today
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    Collect everything and store it for ever, or only collect some data and destroy it as soon as possible? That is the question facing bank compliance officers struggling with Mifid II and GDPR.
  • What do previous attendees think of this school?
    Excellent choice of topics and trainers
    Croatian Bank for Reconstruction and Development
    • Legal Counsel
    • International Legal Affairs
  • Lawyers, gain a better understanding on corporate & capital market activity
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  • Experts call for better whistleblowing laws in the UK, Euromoney reports.
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    Whistleblowing: still a risky business

    Whistleblowing: still a risky business
    Industry experts on whistleblowing have been lobbying hard for reform, but it is still often the case that whistleblowers with the best of intentions have found themselves in legal grey areas, ending up blacklisted, bankrupt and unable to work in the City again.
  • Learn about the latest trends and legal issues facing the private equity industry
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  • What do previous attendees say about this public course?
    Very well structured course in terms of content
    ADIA
    • Senior Associate
    • Legal Division
  • An engaging in-house course designed and delivered for Comgest
    The course was excellent. Daphne's presentation style is very engaging.
    Comgest
    • Legal Officer