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FIN 633 INTERNATIONAL FINANCE

This is an advanced course that focuses on the increased globalization of the world economy. Students examine how multinational corporations mitigate risk from foreign exchange movement, political and sovereign risk, cross border payment repatriation, balance sheet risk as well as, international trade policies such as trade blocs, protectionism, international debtors, cultural preferences, dumping, central banks, and demographics. Students will learn to identify the impact of the N11 and BRIC countries on global business strategies in addition to the impact of foreign exchange rates, balance of payments, multinational enterprises, and direct foreign investment. Financing techniques of multinational companies will be introduced and applied; also the impact of new global regulations such as the Basel agreements and their impact on the cost of cross border financing and the challenges presented by international monetary arrangements are also analyzed to increase the ability to successful

Credits

3

Prerequisite

FIN 610

Distribution

FINANCE