20265 - INTERNATIONAL CORPORATE FINANCE
CLMG - M - IM - MM - AFC - CLEFIN-FINANCE - CLELI - ACME - DES-ESS - EMIT - GIO
Course taught in English
Go to class group/s: 31
The course includes extensive use of real case studies discussed with leading professionals working in the international environment. A trading tool exercise is performed during the duration of the course to introduce students to currency trading.
- Where and how to collect relevant information when dealing with global financial markets.
- Global Financial Markets, Governance and the International monetary system.
- How commodities affect currencies.
- Sovereign Funds, international Institutional investors and global markets.
- Equilibrium conditions of currency market. Balance of Payments, International Parity Conditions and Asset Market Approach.
- Assessment and management of political risk, management of currency risk and hedging tools.
- Zero lower bound rates and financing decisions.
- Funding options in international debt and equity markets.
- Small Business access to foreign capital markets.
- Foreign direct investments,cross border M&A, private equity.
- Tax optimization and new international regulations.
They are graded on class participation and assignments in groups and a final written exam.
They are graded on a written exam based on the textbook only.
- C.S. EUN, B.G. RESNICK, International Finance, McGraw-Hill International, 2014, 7th Global Edition.
- The textbook is integrated with additional teaching material, handed out to students during classes.