Course Title:International Financial Management

Course No. SUM17302
Class No. 1
Credit 2
Course Hours 32
Teacher Bernhard Schellberg
Title Professor
Venue Room 314 Comprehensive Building, West Campus

Multinational Corporations continue to expand their operations globally. An understanding of global financial markets is critical for managing an international business, a portfolio of financial instruments, or even a new domestic business exposed to international competition. This course is designed to give a working knowledge of the most essential components of international financial management, focusing on international financial markets, institutions, and instruments. International Financial Management is designed as an introductory course. The course reviews the basic finance concepts before I extend to the multinational case. The course is suitable for undergraduate students.

Teaching Language English
Field Economics
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