FNBK 3700 INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT (3 credits)
Application of basic principles and techniques of international financial management to the decision-making process of the multinational firm. The course covers the foreign exchange markets, management of the foreign exchange risk, international working capital management, and foreign portfolio and direct investment. Factors bearing on the international financing and investment decisions, such as political risk and international taxation issues will be also examined. (Fall, Spring, Summer).
Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): FNBK 3250 with 'C+' (2.3) or better or approval of instructor.