with The University at Albany
Albany Law School and The University at Albany have been working with practicing
professionals since 2006 to educate students and research critical issues in
financial market regulation.
Our program seeks to generate skilled professionals required to
improve the regulatory system for the financial industry, as well as provide
critical research and analysis for the industry. Our approach draws from the
different disciplines required to comprehend the breadth of financial market
the business of financial markets
the law of financial regulation
public policy affecting the markets
the information technology systems that drive regulation
Our partners include regulatory organizations, law firms and
Our research focuses on how business, law, public policy and
technology shape financial regulation today.
Our students gain knowledge and skills that prepare them for
supervising the complex world of financial markets.
We network closely with the New York Stock Exchange, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, and the
Securities Industry and Financial Market Association:
Students hold summer internship positions
Established a speaker series
Albany-based classes have started visiting the New York
City-based organizations to meet a variety of professionals
Professionals have visited Albany to speak and meet with
students in the programs
The two schools and its partners are pursuing a variety of projects, including:
Studying levels of regulatory activity in each of the 50 state
Working with the regulatory institutions to alleviate their overwhelming workload by organizing projects faculty and students can perform
The Regulation Major and Minor
In 2008 the University at Albany established a major and minor in Financial Market Regulation. Course work includes such areas as banking, insurance, finance, money markets, law, public policy and information technology.
For More Information
Christine Sgarlata Chung at 518-445-3389 or email@example.com, or visit the Univerisity at Albany's
Institute for Financial Market Regulation.