FINA 4622: International Finance

2 Credits

This course provides the student with an understanding of the nature and purposes of financial management in the international context for multinational enterprises and skills in international investment, financing techniques and exchange rate risks. The student will examine barriers to international capital flows and some of the tools used to overcome these barriers. The course presents cost of capital in emerging economies and currency risk management. prereq: CSOM major, Fina 3001 or 3001H, 4121 or 4121H, 4221

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B+ Average (3.341)Most Common: A (24%)

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