Global Finance

This course explores the theory and practice of financial management in a corporate context and market environment. Topics addressed include discounted cash flow analysis; capital budgeting and project appraisal techniques; security valuation; the efficient markets hypothesis; portfolio selection; risk calibration and pricing; debt policy determinants; capital structure including M-M orthodoxy and agency/signaling: the computation and implementation of WACC; dividend policy; working capital management; fundamentals of option pricing and contingent claims; hedging protocols; and corporate valuation in cross-border settings.

Course Number: 
GM-4213
Credit Hours: 
3.00