Join us for the last opportunity to attend one of our EMBA courses!

This March’s module our EMBA students will start Business Law course.

Business Law

Through this course in business law, you will gain a general understanding of business law, together with a perception of its several implications in their future professional careers. You will also work to acquire a basic legal vocabulary.
The course will briefly consider theories of the firm and their role in the economy. It will cover basic principles of contracts, business organizations (notably partnerships and corporations), the incorporation of an enterprise and how the corporate structure works.
In light of the growing internationalization of modern markets and business relationships, the course will not be exclusively focused on one regulation: it will rather provide general legal principles applicable to various countries and systems.


– Introduction to International Business
– International Law and the World’s Legal Systems
– Corporates and Partnerships
– Listed companies
– Bonds and shares


Thursday 8 March 10.00 – 18.00
Friday 9 March 8.30 – 18.00
Saturday 10 March 8.30 – 18.00

Avv. Ferdinando Bruno
Ferdinando Bruno is a Law graduate of University Federico II of Naples, where he subsequently also obtained a Master’s Degree in EC Law and Economy and a Ph.D. in Economic Law.

In addition, he holds an Excecutive MBA from Politecnico of Milan (MIP), a Master in Corporate and Investment Banking from University Bocconi, Italy, an International Practice Diploma in International Capital Markets and Loans and an International Practice Diploma in International Mergers and Acquisitions from the College of Law of England and Wales, London/International Bar Association (IBA), a postgraduate diploma in EC Competition Law from the King’s College of London and a LL.M. in International Business Law from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).
He also got a certificate in international private and public law from the Hague Academy of International Law and a certificate in Banking and Finance from the London Guildhall University. He has more than 100 articles and research books to his credit.
In Italy, he has been an academic director, scientific adviser and teacher of the IPSOA Master in Law and Economics of Capital Markets, the IPSOA Master International, and Domestic Banking Law and of the IPSOA Master in Derivatives. Furthermore, he has been academic coordinator and teacher of the Executive Course in Corporate Restructuring, MIP – The Business School of Politecnico di Milano. He also taught at University Federico II of Naples, the European School of Economics (ESE), Milan, and the University of Brescia, Italy.

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