Banking Lawyer

About the Course

This training program aims to qualify law students and graduates as well as legal practitioners to join the banking sector, as it provides all necessary information, skills and expertise in this field. It covers more than 90% of the legal processes carried out in banking institutions. The program instructors are legal affairs experts at major Egyptian banks.


1. Drafting Loan Contract.
2. Drafting Global Contract.
3. (L/C, CDC & T/K)
4. Over Draft
5. ESCROW Accounts Contracts
6. Letter of Credit Approval and how to redraft it in contract.
7. Service Provider Agreements (SPAs) & Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs)
8. Syndication Loan
9. Real Estate Financing Contract
10. Commercial Mortgage Contract
11. Banking Cheque - Promissory Note & other Commercial Legal Documents.
12. The General Assembly’s Ordinary & Extra Ordinary Meetings
13. Board of Director’s Meetings Minutes.
14. ESCROW Accounts
15. Types of Real Estate Mortgages
16. Real Estate Financing Law No. 148 of the year 2001.
17. Credit Crimes.
18. Bankruptcy and related Legal Proceedings.
19. Types of Guarantees of Credit Facilities.
20. Types of Assurance
21. Investigations
22. How to Handle the Banking Real Estate Legal Advice
23. Powers of Attorneys.
24. Jurisdiction of banking operations in accordance with the provisions of the Economic Court Law & Arbitration. 25. Anti Money Laundering Law No. 80 of 2002
26. Central Bank Law No. 88 of 2003
27. Islamic Banks
28. Types of Islamic finance
29. Bank' Operations according to the Egyptian Trade Law.
30. Structure and functions of the Legal Affairs department.
31. Labor Law

Intended Learning Outcomes (ILO)

• Drafting several banking contract
• Full knowledge about real-estate financing
• Good knowledge about the corporate law
• Aware of leasing financial
• Full awareness about the Islamic financing
• Full awareness of banking jurisdictions


6500 L.E

Certified by

MPL Legal Academy & The British University in Egypt (BUE) - Centre for Community and Consulting Services (CCCS)


40 hours