With the ongoing global economic crisis still taking full effect on today’s society, International Corporate Finance 1e brings a fresh approach and perspective on present events. This text focuses on a key player in this financial world: multinational corporations (MNC). By applying general financial concepts and procedures, it explains the conduct of financial management in MNCs. Because most corporations are either directly or indirectly affected by multinational entities and have a global exposure, a study of MNCH financial management has broad applicability. This new text takes a quantitative approach with an emphasis on excel spreadsheets and current examples.
Table of contents
Chapter 1: IntroductionChapter 2: International Financial Markets: Structure and InnovationChapter 3: Currency and Eurocurrency DerivativesChapter 4: Currency Systems and ValuationChapter 5: Currency Parity ConditionsChapter 6: Currency Risk Exposure MeasurementChapter 7: Currency Exposure ManagementChapter 8: Capital BudgetingChapter 9: Advanced Capital BudgetingChapter 10: Long Term FinancingChapter 11: Optimizing and Financing Working CapitalChapter 12: International Alliances and AcquisitionsChapter 13: International TradeChapter 14: International Taxation and AccountingChapter 15: International Portfolio Investments