A12 Torok Mortgage Exchange Rate Risk

A12 Torok Mortgage Exchange Rate Risk - A12 Foreign...

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A12 Foreign Exchange Assignment I have a friend Laszlo Torok (Laçi) who lives in Göd, a small village just outside of Budapest Hungary. He sent an email explaining the financial problems he was having with his son’s kindergarten “Our son Barnabas is attending a kindergarten with 30 other children from our town and other neighbouring places. The kindergarten is run by a foundation and financed partly by the state and from donations from the parents. As members of the steering board of the foundation we are working on raising funds as one of the possibilities to keep the kindergarten going.” How we have got here: “The kindergarten is hosted in a newly purchased building that has a Swiss Frank mortgage on it. Due to the economic crises our currency (Hungarian Forint) has weakened from 160 to 200
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This note was uploaded on 03/01/2012 for the course MANEC 453 taught by Professor Jerrynelson during the Winter '10 term at BYU.

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