BBA 4301: International Finance

Description

Investigates financial management from a globalized world perspective through trends and integration of new approaches in international finance. The scope and content establishes the theoretical foundations of international financial decision making and the extensive applications of theory to financial practice. The main objective is to develop critical-thinking skills regarding the theory and practice of international financial management.

Objectives

  1. Evaluate the importance of international financial management.
  2. Compare and contrast the characteristics of international financial management and domestic financial management.
  3. Outline the evolution of the international monetary system.
  4. Survey how foreign exchange rates reflect supply and demand and other economic flows that make up the balance of payments.
  5. Evaluate the major characteristics of the foreign exchange markets.
  6. Discuss how governments control the flow of currencies across borders, including international investments.
  7. Discover the factors that produce transaction exposure.
  8. Examine the strategies that can be used to manage the risks that arise in international trade.
  9. Distinguish the types of international banking organizations from other organizations.

PreRequisites

None

Textbook(s)

Fundamentals of multinational finance (Rev: 5th ed.)

Publisher: Pearson Education (2015)
Author: Moffett, M. H., Stonehill, A. I., & Eiteman, D. K.
ISBN: 978-0-205-98975-1
Price: $173.49

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