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International finance for business

 

A practical and comprehensive introduction to the management of the financing activities of a modern international company.

Course includes: the treasury function, managing bank relationships, international capital and money markets, currency and interest rate risks, financial instruments including derivatives.

This course looks at the interaction of a multinational company with the international financial markets: how it raises finance from sources in addition to banks; the financial risks it faces and how it manages them (including how it uses derivatives).  The course also looks at the application of time value of money to value investments and instruments, and considers the causes and characteristics of the global financial crisis.

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Content:

Introduction: the global financial crisis of 2007+

1 Treasury department: organisation, policies, form and function

2 Foreign Exchange

3 Currency risk management

4 Interest Rate Risk management

5 Bank management

6 Long term debt finance and cashflow forecasting

7 International trade finance

8 Time value of money

Prior knowledge required: None

Dates and Venue: Please contact ACF for details

Duration: 2 days

Available: In house and external

Cost: Please contact ACF for details

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