|1.||Analyse financial and banking decisions of globally operated businesses on the basis of critical reflection on conceptual and practical knowledge regarding the functioning of the foreign exchange market and international financial markets and instruments;|
|2.||Critically review and apply a broad range of theories and concepts to examine the behaviour of international finance and banking operations;|
|3.||Evaluate and apply technical knowledge to appraise the distinctive nature of international financial management decisions and emphasise the significance of managing foreign exchange exposure;|
|4.||Critically evaluate various hedging approaches and techniques in order to exercise and defend professional judgement in managing currency exchange risk within the foreign exchange market;|
|5.||Advocate and justify short-term and long-term investment, financial and cash management decisions in a global context; and|
|6.||Collaborate in an ethical, socially responsible and effective manner within a team to address important and complex challenges that the international financial environment presents to modern day corporate financial managers.|
|Test||Week 4 Test||5%|
|Report||Critical Review Report||20%|
|Examination||Final Examination - 3 hour all topics||60%|
International financial management (4th ed.).
Madura, J. & Fox, R. (2017).
United Kingdom: Cengage Learning.
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