FI 343 International Corporate Finance
Surveys the international aspects of financial management. Topics include the international currency arrangement for the settlement of private and public transactions; the theory of international financial adjustments; functions of financial institutions including the Federal Reserve System, the Euro-currency market, IBRD and IMF; financing of trade including EXIM and FCIA and commercial banks; foreign-exchange markets; management of currency exposure; estimating country debt-servicing capacity; and external debt-financing problems. Prerequisite(s): FI 100 or FI 300A .
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