MBA642 International Financial Management (3 cr.)
This course applies and expands financial theory and concepts from managerial finance to the case of the multinational firm. Risks arising from exchange rate movements, political events, and regulatory structure are discussed and techniques for hedging developed. Multinational capital budgeting and the management of assets and liabilities are examined.
Upon completion of this course, students are expected to be able to do the following:
- Analyze the economic exposure of a firm and develop strategies to hedge the exposure.
- Evaluate the political risk of foreign investment.
- Apply capital budgeting techniques to proposed foreign investments.
- Determine the impact of international financial and trade flows on the firm.
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