FINC-510 International Finance
This course extends the principles of financial management and investments to the international context. The course will be concerned with understanding the international finance environment and the implication of exchange rates on firm value and investments. This includes the understanding of the determinants of exchange rates and the international currency markets, including institutional structures and underlying economics. This section includes hedging practices of international firms.
This course is designed from the viewpoint of someone that participates in the international financial environment, whether this person is a CFO, General Manager or Treasurer of an international firm, an investment banker, an investor, or a consultant.
Prerequisites: FINC 551
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