CORPORATE AND SECURITIES LAW
2010/2011, Semester 2
School of Business (Accounting)
Modular Credits: 4
The primary aim of this course is to develop a solid understanding of the legal framework required in the operations of business entities especially companies which is essential for the functioning of an accountant. It covers the entire life-span of a business entity, namely from the formation of the entity to its liquidation. It also includes the various legal obligations and implications in operating the business entity. A secondary objective is to introduce the pertinent provisions of securities legislation such as the Securities & Futures Act and the Takeover Code.
Students must have successfully completed the module below:-
BSP1004 Legal Environment of Business
Individual class/IVLE forum participation 15%
Group Presentations 20%
Class Test (Open Book) 30%
Final Examination (Open Book) 35%
Students who have passed FNA3122 or LL4055 are not allowed to take ACC3604.
2 2-hour sessions per week.