BUSN 3377 Global Financial Management
(Prior to Fall 2010, this course was known as BUS 77.
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3 hours; 3 credits
Major financial decisions faced by managers of multinational corporations. Topics covered include: cross-border capital flows, international financial contagion, global financial regulations, foreign exchange markets, country risk analysis, international portfolio investment, and trade finance. Decisions regarding capital budgeting, trade finance, working capital, capital structure and risk management within the context of international markets for goods and capital. Unique risks encountered in global finance such as political risk, sovereign risk, foreign exchange rate risk, commodity risk, and economic risk; regulatory uncertainly. Case studies will be integrated into the class.
Prerequisite: Business 3310 [70.2] or Economics 3332 [70.8].
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