FINC-250 International Finance
The course addresses key issues of international financial management. It studies the international financial environment as well as corporations' strategic alternatives and operational practices. The following topics are among those covered: foreign exchange markets and the management of foreign exchange exposure; capital budgeting in multinational corporations; cross-border lending by banks; trade finance; and foreign direct investment. The reading materials and class discussions include both theoretical analyses and cases.
Prerequisites: MSB Students, FINC 211
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Fall '10: Williamson R (file download)
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