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Comprised of professors and academic researchers, and in close contact with practitioners, supervision authorities as well as the members of the Bar and the judiciary, the Centre for Banking and Financial Law was created in 2003 by the Geneva University Law Schol to promote and publish cutting-edge research, oversee courses and organise conferences in the field of banking operations and the supervision of financial markets and intermediaries. It also enjoys a continuously updated library.

The Centre for Banking and Financial Law actively collaborates with the Geneva Finance Research Institute in the promotion of an interdisciplinary approach to challenges and issues. Both participate to the “Finance and Society” priority axis set up by the University of Geneva Rectorate.