2 November > 7 December 2018
II Intensive Course of Specialization on Fintech

Coordination:

Professor António Menezes Cordeiro

Professor Ana Perestrelo de Oliveira
Professor A. Barreto Menezes Cordeiro
Professor Diogo Pereira Duarte

 

Course Presentation:

Faculty of Law of Lisbon in partnership with CMVM and Fintech Portugal Association presents the II Course on Fintech. This course focuses on the intersection between Finance Law and Technology, addressing several themes in debate: smart contracts and blockchain, cloud computing, open banking, payment services, personal data protection and privacy, collaborative funding, OIC, Fintech and Financial inclusion, amongst others.

The course will count on specialized knowledge of members of Portuguese supervisory authorities, academics and experts in multiple areas that contribute to the current debates on the impact of technology on Financial Law.

 

Associates:

CMVM

Portugal FinTech

 

 

Timetable:

  • Friday, from 6:30 pm to 10:00 pm (with 30 minutes coffee break)
  • Saturday, from 9:00 am to 12:30 pm (with 30 minutes coffee break)

 

Vacancies:

Up to 40 participants, in order of registration. The vacancy is only guaranteed after payment of the registration fee.

 

 

Fees:

Registration fee: €50 (non-refundable)

Tuition fees: €1200 (Full payment or pay by 2 instalments: (i) in the beginning of the course (ii) in the middle of the course)

 

Discounts:

  • 10% for lawyers, trainee-lawyers and former students, from less than 2 years, from FDUL
  • 20% for members of the National Association of Young Portuguese Lawyers (ANJAP)
  • 50% for master students of FDUL
  • 35% for students attending more than one CIDP postgraduate course, in the present or former academic year 
  • 35% for CIDP post-graduation students enrolled in single sessions of other CIDP postgraduate courses
  • Special discounts for more than five enrolled students in CIDP postgraduate courses

 

Final evaluation:

The students must present, at the end of the course, a paper on a subject of their choice, provided that it relates to one of the subjects taught. Papers are rated from 0 to 20 points.

 

Contacts:

For more information please contact CIDP to the e-mail address [email protected] or at +351 915 575 169 (every working day from 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm)