Prof. (FH) Dr. Armin Kammel, LL.M., MBA @ Bar-Ilan University

As part of the Erasmus+ mobility program, Prof. (FH) Dr. Armin KAMMEL, LL.M. (London), MBA (CLU) who is Professor (FH) of Banking Law and Securities Regulation at Lauder Business School (LBS) recently spent 10 days at Bar-Ilan University.

Bar-Ilan University is Israel’s second largest academic institution, has eight faculties and some 33,000 students and 1,350 faculty members. It is located in Ramat Gan, Tel Aviv Distict of Israel and is home to one of the most important diamond exchanges of the world as well as to many high-tech companies.

Prof. (FH) Dr. Kammel, LL.M., MBA was a Visiting Professor at the Faculty of Law at Bar-Ilan University and had been involved in: various seminars with doctoral students, curriculum design and numerous exchanges with faculty members.

Moreover, Prof. (FH) Dr. Kammel, LL.M., MBA has been able to initiate as well as continue some research and publication projects with renown Israeli scholars.

As part of the curriculum design at Bar-Ilan University, Prof. (FH) Dr. Kammel, LL.M., MBA contributed with a course in EU Financial Law designed for advanced law students which is intended to become an integral part of the courses offered in English at the Faculty of Law.

Since the Faculty of Law at Bar-Ilan University is one of the most renowned ones in Israel, it does not come as a surprise that its academic staff has impressive educational backgrounds and the interdisciplinary research agendas of many faculty members is not only unique but inspiring. Thus, first ideas of joint research projects have been explored.

In addition to fostering the network with Bar-Ilan University, Prof. (FH) Dr. Kammel, LL.M., MBA had been able to establish co-operations with some of Israel’s leading law firms in Tel Aviv as well as some players in the (financial) industry. Given Tel Aviv’s importance as „Silicon Wadi“ being the hub for some of the world’s most exciting start-up companies and high-technology companies, it is intended to strengthen the economic ties between Israel and Austria by enabling more knowledge transfer and research collaboration.