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GFIN 601. Global Financial Management. 3 Credit Hours.

This course deals with the theories and principles of global management. It develops a framework for evaluating the opportunities, costs, and risks of operating in the global markets for goods, services, and financial assets. Topics include the rationale for hedging currency risk, treasury management of international transactions, managing transaction exposure to currency risk, managing operating exposure to currency risk, foreign market entry and country risk management, multinational capital budgeting, multinational capital structure and cost of capital, and corporate governance. Students will explore global financial management by analyzing case studies and preparing a country analysis report for market entry.