IBS801 - International Banking and Finance

In today's global market, it's imperative for an organization to examine all possible financial risks before entering into negotiations. In this course, students will examine and discuss the intricacies of international money markets, the actions of governments and investors, and the effects of inflation, interest rates, tax and the flow of currency. Strategic global investment, the optimization of cash flow and pricing alternatives will be examined. The case studies would provide opportunity to build the skills required to create and manage finance across borders.

Students that require this course for the Supply Chain Management or International Business Management programs, or for FITT purposes, can register for IBS981 - International Trade Finance.

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