Course ID 025H:  International Finance, Exchange Rates & Risk Management   Nov 19 -22 * Dallas

The swift changes in the global economy amid the turbulence that triggered many questions of the global economic health, the huge appetite of organizations that wants to raise funds on most favorable conditions, the basic concepts of how to obtain funds abroad, allocate it and manage and manage risk has become a very important management decision and challenges for finance managers in transacting international businesses. 

 

This course is designed to take a deep look into international finance issues affecting the industry and recent developments in the financial system that affects the market and help participants get a good understanding of the market dynamism. It also aims to equip participants with analytical tools in making fundamental international finance decisions for business optimization.

 

This training course incorporates theoretical, empirical, policy, case studies and interactions.

 

Course Outline:

  • Overview of Globalization and International finance

  • Recent developments affecting international business and finance

  • International corporate finance

  • Financing facilities

  • Idea of raising capital – why do companies raise capital abroad?

  • How do various companies get funding on different levels?

  • Challenges of raising funds on a favorable term

  • Choices on raising capital

  • International investors

  • Exchange rate regimes

  • Organization of foreign exchange

  • Determination of exchange rates

  • Principles of international finance

  • Foreign exchange risk and exposure

  • Fixed and flexible exchange rates

  • Foreign exchange fluctuations

  • Tax regime, legal regime – how these factors affect investment and restructuring decisions

  • Country risk factors

  • Merger & Acquisitions

  • Joint venture and partnerships – why do firms get into it?

  • How to evaluate companies before merger and acquisitions

  • Introduction to emerging markets

  • Monetary exchange rate policies in emerging market economies

  • Evaluating investments in emerging markets

  • Global financial risk management

  • Risk profile

  • Risk identification, evaluation

  • Interest rate risk, volatility, bank regulations, etc.

  • How do traders manage their exposure

  • Financial crises in open economies

  • Financial disclosure and transparency

  • Incentive Structures, Corporate Governance

  • Legal & Regulatory Frameworks

  • Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA)

 

 

Who Should Attend

Finance Mangers, Private Equity managers, Consultants  , Commercial Managers, Contract managers, Money Managers, Research Analysts, Investment  Bankers, Commercial BankersEconomists, Transaction Advisors, Domestic & International Finance Managers, AccountantsAnybody that is involved in international financing or needs the knowledge of international financing in management decision making.

 

Course Duration: 4 Days

 

Course  Fee: $3,000                                                    

REGISTER BY  JANUARY 15, 2014 AND GET  10% DISCOUNT!

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