Building on principles of corporate finance, students will also conduct strategic analysis and provision of a foreign exchange managerial advice for companies.
|1.||Critically reflect how foreign exchange markets operate in our contemporary, dynamic environment;|
|2.||Challenge the management of different types of foreign exchange exposure and justify position;|
|3.||Argue creative solutions to various risks faced by multinational and transnational firms and make appropriate ethical, sustainable recommendations;|
|4.||Contextualise the output of economic policy advice in multinational investment decisions in volatile markets, advocating consideration for global communities; and|
|5.||Critically review the current strategic issues related to foreign investment decisions for companies and collaboratively recommend evidence-based strategies for future financial management.|
|Test||Mid semester test||20%|
|Assignment||Group Assignment including report and presentation||20%|
International financial management, 13th edition,
Madura, Jeff (2017).
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