TRUE/FALSE. Write 'T' if the statement is true and 'F' if the statement is false.
1) Finance can be defined as the science and art of managing money.
2) Financial services are concerned with the duties of the financial manager.
Chapter # 3
1- Define the main characteristics of the certified IATA
forwarding Agent ?
- Checked for financial status
- Enough air cargo potential
- Right facilities for handling air cargo
- Personnel trained for handling air cargo and dangerous goods
Define Cargo 2000.
Cargo 2000 is an industry initiative aiming at implementing
a new quality management system for the worldwide air
The objective is simple: to implement processes, backed by
quality standards, which are measu
Chapter # 4
- What is the main function of the handling agent?
The handling agent takes care of the air cargo handling at the
airport, to and from the aircraft.
Depending on the kind of goods, destination (flight number)
and urgency, delivery at the handl
Air Cargo and Logistics
Dr. Rafed Zawawi
B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering
Master of Engineering Management (MEM)
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
PhD in Industrial Engineering Aviation Studies
Specialist Aircraft Engineer Saudia Airlines
Chapter # 5
- Describe the functions and characteristics of the
certified customs agent.
The forwarder prepares import documents (if necessary),
performs customs clearance for.
If the forwarder is also a certified customs agent, he will
perform the clea
What are the main contractual obligations of the air cargo
In the same state in which they were accepted,
Complete: in number of colli, and in contents (contents
only as far as checked and agreed)
What is a Compl
Chapter # 1
- List the types of air cargo carriers and explain the main
differences between each type:
- in the cargo area below the passengers, the so-called "belly
- in the passenger cabin as hand-carry by a so-called "on-board
Effective Cost of a Loan with Points
Spreadsheet Limitations: Prepayment assumed in 5 years
Initial Interest rate
1.5. Government intervention in foreign exchange
Reasons for interven-on
To smooth exchange rate movements
To establish implicit exchange rate boundaries
To respond to temporary disturbances
How to interve
1.3.3. Interest Rate Parity IRP (contd)
Just like RPPP or IFE, IRP only exists if the market is
ecient & in equilibrium.
When the exchange market is not in equilibrium
1.3. Exchange rate determination theories
How exchange rates are determined ?
depends on the supply & demand for currencies.
There are dierent factors that inuence on the demand
and/or the supply of currencie
1.2.1. Exchange rate quotations (contd)
d) Cross rates
Most exchange rate quota3ons express currencies
rela3ve to USD, GBP or Euro.
For currency pairs which are less traded, their
exchange rate is determined th
Structure of Interest Rates
CHAPTER 3 OVERVIEW
This chapter will:
A. Show how characteristics of debt securities
cause their yields to vary
B. Estimate forward rate
C. Explain the theories behind the term
structure of interest rates
CHAPTER 2 OVERVIEW
This chapter will:
A. Apply loanable funds theory to explain why
interest rates change
B. Identify the most relevant factors that affect
interest rate movements
C. Explain how to forecast inte
Balance of Payments
Foreign Exchange Markets
Foreign Exchange Rates
Spot rates and forward rates
Foreign Exchange Systems
Risk Management in International Business
Other internationally traded financial
TCHE321 CORPORATE FINANCE
Dr. Nguyen Thi Hoang Anh
Lecture 5: The Cost of Capital
The capital components
The cost of debt
The cost of preferred stock
The cost of equity
The weighted average cost of capital
Factors that affect the w