Syllabus FIN 640 - Syllabus for 0909FIN_6409042 Faculty...

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Syllabus for 0909FIN_6409042 Faculty Contact Information Muhammad Mustafa E-mail: mmustafa@scsu.edu FALL 2009 Alternative e-mail: mmustafasc@hotmail.com Course Introduction (Formerly ADMN 639.) A study of financial management issues in multinational organizations. The major topics include the environment of international financial management, foreign exchange markets, risk management, multinational working capital management, and foreign investment analysis. The financing of foreign operations, international banking, and the role of financial management in maintaining global competitiveness are additional issues considered. Note: Students must take FIN 610 before enrolling in this course . Course Description (Formerly ADMN 639.) Prerequisite: FIN 610. A study of financial management issues in multinational organizations. Topics include the environment of international financial management, foreign exchange markets, risk management, multinational working capital management, and foreign investment analysis. The financing of foreign operations, international banking, and the role of financial management in maintaining global competitiveness are also considered. Course Goals/Objectives At the end of this course, students should be able to: 1. Understand the environment of multinational financial management and its impact on managerial decision-making. 2. Explain the role of international financial markets in global commerce. 3. Demonstrate how the exchange rate systems operate. 4. Assess alternatives for managing exchange rate risks. 5. Apply capital budgeting tools in a multinational company context. 6. Compare the cost of capital from alternative international sources.
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7. Create strategies for short-term asset and liability management. Course Materials Click here to view the required and recommended materials to be purchased and to access ordering information. Graduate School's Read Me First Document Additional Readings/Materials Recommended The Wall Street Journal (See WSJ for subscription information.) The Economist (do not need to subscribe, some free articles available at http://www.economist.com/printedition/cover_index.cfm ) Financial Times (do not need to subscribe, some free articles available at http://www.ft.com/ ) Grading Information and Criteria Grades will be determined as shown in the following assignment chart. Detailed descriptions of assignments are available in the Project Description section listed below. Due dates are detailed in the Course Schedule. Assignment % of Grade Six Individual Assignments (5 points each) 30% Two Group Cases (10 points each) 20% Participation 10% Mid-Term Exam 20%
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Final Exam 20% TOTAL 100% Timely completion of all assignments is critical to student success in the graduate school. Students should take assignment deadlines seriously and plan in advance to allocate sufficient time to meet
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