Uses various teaching methods to develop problem identification and problem-solving skills that are necessary in a modern multinational corporation.
Businesses are operating in an increasingly competitive global environment. Managing businesses either directly or indirectly exposed to international competition requires an understanding of currency risks and international financial markets. This paper aims at providing students with an in-depth knowledge of these issues.
About this paper
|Advanced International Financial Management
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- Recommended Preparation
- FINC 305
- Teaching staff
To be advised.
- Paper Structure
- The main areas covered are:
- Currency markets
- Currency risks
- Currency derivatives and hedging decisions
- Cross-border financing decisions
- Cross-border investment decisions
- International financial markets
- Currency investment strategies
- Teaching Arrangements
This paper is taught via lectures and tutorials.
- Madura, International Financial Management, 10th ed., Thompson South-Western, 2009 (ISBN 13:978-1-4390-3833-8 or: 978-1-4390-3833-3).
- Course outline
- View the course outline for FINC 410
- Graduate Attributes Emphasised
- Global perspective, Communication, Critical thinking, Research, Self-motivation.
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- Learning Outcomes
- To provide an introduction to international finance theory
- To teach students the practical issues faced by multinational firms related to international financial management
- To review and synthesise the fundamental themes in international finance research
- To explore the latest ideas for doing empirical research in international finance
Students who successfully complete this paper should be able to:
- Demonstrate an understanding of financial theory pertaining to international financial management and the use of financial instruments in the international context
- Develop a frame of reference through which to identify, evaluate and solve financial problems pertaining to the broad area of international finance with or without complete information
- Demonstrate the ability to present a set of ideas in a clear, concise and professional manner
- Develop critical and analytical skills and the ability to work independently
- Demonstrate communication and written skills