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University of Hong Kong
This course deals with both theory and practice of international financial management. The goal of the course is to equip students with the tools and knowledge to deal with problems facing an international financial officer. Examples of those problems are:
• The multiplicity of currencies, and the attendant problems related to nominal contracts;
• The misalignment of exchange rates vis-‡-vis local cost and the attendant problems of
• The partial segmentation of capital markets producing potential differences in costs of
capital across the world; and
• The multiplicity of tax jurisdictions.
The course grade is based on a midterm exam (30%), final exam (45%), 4 written assignments (10%) and project/presentation (15%). Class participation and preparedness for class discussions of assigned homework problems and readings are especially important.
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This course extends the principles of Finance to an international context. In an international context, investors and
corporations embrace an expanded set of investment opportunities, yet they also face additional risks. The course gives an
overview of international financial environment, and covers issues including currency exposure, international parity conditions,
foreign exchange risk management, international asset pricing, international investment strategies, and currency hedging for
international stock portfolios.
A1. Class Participation 10%
A2. Project Presentation 30%
A3. Mid-term Examination 20%
A4. Final Examination 40%
Assignment, Midterm, Final
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