|1.||Critically analyse financial and banking decisions of globally operated businesses in relation to the foreign exchange market and international financial markets;|
|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 of international financial management decisions with emphasis on the significance of managing foreign exchange exposure;|
|4.||Critically evaluate hedging approaches and techniques in managing currency exchange risk; and|
|5.||Advocate and justify short-term and long-term investment, financial and cash management decisions in a global context;|
Students studying under the VU Block Model.
|Case Study||Case Study 1||30%|
|Report||Critical Review Group Report||30%|
|Case Study||Case Study 2||30%|
|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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