Course Code: FIN 3502
Academic Year: 2018-2019
This course examines aspects and processes of international banking and finance, including those used by the financial industry to examine differing markets and environments. Trade financing relevant to the marketing of international goods and services is covered. Content includes the financial risks of international trade and distribution, the avenues open to minimize exposure, financing alternatives available beyond national boundaries, the major banking systems in the world, differing banking models, international financial markets and systems, the role of multinational financial management, foreign exchange markets and cost-effectively managing foreign exposures and risk through forward, futures and options contracts.