Trading of financial instruments law (wykład) - 2019/2020

Course description
General information
Lecturer:dr hab. Rafał Biskup
Organising unit:Faculty of Law, Canon Law and Administration - Instytut Nauk Prawnych
Number of hours (week/semester): 2/30
Language of instruction:Język polski
Course objective
C 1 To familiarize students with the basic concepts
in the scope of trading in financial instruments, in particular trading
C 2 Explanation of specific marketing competence of control and supervision over the market
C 3 To familiarize students with the basic principles of participation of investors in the course of
C 4 Introducing students to the basic benefits and risks for participation in trade
Prerequisites
W. 1 lecture is intended for students of III-V year of study.
W 2. Students should have knowledge of civil law, in particular in the area of ​​personal securities trading.
Learning outcomes
In terms of the student\'s knowledge
He knows the right terminology K_W03 trading of financial instruments and the dependencies between elements of the structure of the market

K_W04 know the sources of law and the trading of financial instruments can be classified
K_W06 know the functions of Polish and EU legislation , under which it is organized trading of securities , and no knowledge of the operators involved
the market
K_W07 know the most important institutions organizing the securities market
K_W08 knows competence and interdependence of the various organs of organizing trading in securities
K_W09 , K_W13 know the impact of institutions providing trading of financial instruments for social and economic development , understand the rules of doing business in the market
K_W10 know techniques and methods of gathering information on the companies involved in trade
In terms of student SKILLS
Can K_U02 use theoretical knowledge in the field of law in financial instruments to interpret the socio-economic phenomena
K_U03 Can use the terms used almost trading in financial instruments in order to name the phenomena occurring there
K_U04 He can get information on the various events
and verify them using a variety of media sources ( mass media , the Internet) and evaluate them much to make the right decisions in the course of
Can K_U07 properly use the spoken and written terminology, legal and economic , in order to clarify
and description of the institution in the field of trading in financial instruments
K_U08 Can use language specialist in the field of law and the trading of financial instruments to communicate it in a clear , both with professionals and people outside the inner circle
K_U09 , K_U10 Able to independently solve simple legal and economic issues , put a clear thesis and to use their knowledge in order to formulate an accurate summary

Can K_U12 called ethical behavior in the conduct of investment activities , obtain information , use information. It can predict the outcome of the information communicated to all walks of life and economy
In terms of social competence Student
K_K01 is aware of the level of their knowledge and skills , understands the need for learning throughout life
Can K_K03 properly and objectively assess the priorities for implementing specific or self-imposed task , understands the importance of timeliness and consequences of breach of term of its implementation

K_K04 is aware of a reliable and professional speaking on the subject of legal - cost related to the participation and organization of trading in financial instruments , understands the importance of ethical principles in trade
K_K06 It can complement and improve the acquired knowledge and skills
K_K07 responsibly preparing for their work
K_K08 He can make decisions based on economic profit and loss account
Teaching method
Verbal: lecture, discussion

Oglądowe: multimedia presentations, case law,

Practical case study, discourse, analysis of lega
Course content description
Each class in the form of lectures
1 Concept and types of financial instruments.
2 Differences between public and private trade - the concept of a public offer.
3 The organization of public trading.
4 Introduction of Financial Instruments to public trading.
5 The emergence and development of the stock market. Organization of marketing platforms.
6 Rules for the participation of investors in trading.
7 investment Strategies
Forms of assessment
1 Exam: two research works on two selected public companies that the student is recommended to invest or not invest in the opposite
2 Speaking (as an exception)

Unsatisfactory:
In: student does not know the basic concepts of object (eg, stock exchange, financial instrument, rules of trading on the stock exchange)
In: Student can not find the specific provisions for public trading in financial instruments
K: The student is not able to assess the specific consequences of investment decisions

The pass mark:
In: Student knows some of the concepts of public trading in securities
U: Students can find the basic standards set out in the laws governing the trading of financial instruments, but can not always be properly read by the end of
K: The student is able to interpret the effects of minimal investment decision, but I still do not know how to pair them with other states legal or factual

Good rating:
In: The student knows the concepts of most publicly traded financial instruments (including all the most basic)
U: Students can find the standards required standard set out in the Code of Administrative Procedure, but not always correctly interprets
K: The student is able to assess the legal consequences of a specific investment decisions, though not always know how to pair them with other states legal or factual

Very good:
In: The student knows all the concepts of the Administrative Procedure
U: Students can find and correctly identify each required standard set out in the rules governing financial instruments are traded
K: Student is able to correctly identify the specific investment decision, also has knowledge of how to pair them with other states legal or factual
Required reading list
REQUIRED READING:
1.M. Wierzbowski, P. Wajda (ed.) The right of the capital market. Comment. Warsaw 2012
2.M. Romanowski, Public trading of securities. Comment. Warsaw 2002,
3.J. Socha, market, stock market and investments. Warsaw 1998,
4 R. Czerniawski Exchange Bielsko - Biala in 1991, the same, the Statutes of the Warsaw Stock Exchange in Warsaw in 1996.
ADDITIONAL READING:
1.M. Zdyb, the Community and Public Polish commercial law. Kraków 2008
2.C Kosikowski, Public business law Polish and the EU. Warsaw 2007
3 R. Biskup, Secondary trading of securities, Bydgoszcz 2003.
Field of study: Administration
Course listing in the Schedule of Courses:
Year/semester:Year II - Semester 3
Number of ECTS credits: 3
Form of assessment: Grade