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
- Where and how to collect relevant information when dealing with global financial markets.
- Global financial markets, governance and the international monetary system.
- How commodities markets affect currencies.
- International institutional investors, sovereign funds and global markets.
- Equilibrium conditions of currency markets: balance of payments, international parity conditions and asset market approach.
- Assessment and management of political risk, management of currency risk and hedging tools.
- Interest rates on global markets and financing decisions.
- How to determine the global cost of capital.
- 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.
The grading process is based on a mid-term and a final written exam (or a final global exam as an alternative).
Active participation in class and fulfilling successfully the case studies grants up to two extra points in the final grade.
For non attending students
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.
- Additional teaching material, handed out to students during classes.