FINS 5516 S1_2011(2)

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Australian School of Business School of Banking and Finance FINS 5516 I NTERNATIONAL C ORPORATE F INANCE C OURSE O UTLINE S ESSION 1, 2011 - 1 -
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1. C OURSE S TAFF A/Prof. Donghui Li Office: ASB 342 Email: donghui@unsw.edu.au Tel: 9385 5873 1.1 Communication with Staff Consultation Hours: Wednesday 16:00 –18:00 pm   Outside these times, meetings are by prior appointment only.   E-mail the  staff in question and arrange a mutually convenient time.  Teaching staff  will only respond to emails with reference to sender’s student name  and student number. 2. I NFORMATION ABOUT THE COURSE 1. Teaching Times and Locations Day Time Location Weeks Instructor Thu 14:00 - 17:00 Macauley Theatre (Quad 1027) 12 Apro D Li Thu 18:00 - 21:00 Macauley Theatre (Quad 1027) 12 Apro D Li   2. Units of Credit   This course carries 6 UOC. 2.3 Parallel Teaching in the Course There is no parallel teaching for this course.    2.4 Relationship of This Course to Other Course Offerings This is a core subject for all students who wish to graduate with finance  major in the MCom.  The course is relevant to a broad range of professions  including corporate treasury management, corporate finance, international  securities trading and investment management.  - 2 -
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3. C OURSE A IMS AND L EARNING O UTCOMES 3.1 Course Aims This   course   provides   students   with   the   basic   theoretical   and   practical  knowledge  required  for the  management   of  financial  functions   of  firms  operating in several countries. This includes necessary theory and evidence  basic to an understanding of international capital and foreign exchange  markets. In particular, this course covers topics such as international capital  markets, foreign direct investment decisions, cost of capital for multinational  corporations, financial and political risks, the role of multinational banks  and the financial benefits of Euro-currencies and Eurobonds, and short- term   financing.   The   general   emphasis   is   on   the   identification   and  management of risk relating to exchange rate fluctuations and government  policy changes.  3.2 Student Learning Outcomes By the end of the course, you should be able to: 1. Understand international capital and foreign exchange market such  as   markets   for   foreign   exchange,   Eurocurrencies,   stocks,   bonds,   and  derivatives, as well as the global network of commercial banks. 2.
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