Course Information

FRE6671 Global Finance

Credits: 1.50

Description:
The level of economic and financial globalization combined with the growth of the multinational firms and virtual firms with no boundaries may have altered the future of finance and its risk engineering. The purpose of this course is to focus attention on the essential elements that both large financial firms and institutions are confronting worldwide, the challenges of national and international financial investments, currencies speculations and investments, regulation as well as managing risks in a strategic and macroeconomic environment. In such an environment, financial markets are multi-polar, geographically distributed with national entities pursuing their own economic and political agenda.

FRE 6411 and FRE 6511 and matriculation into a graduate program sponsored by the Department of Finance & Risk Engineering, or permission of the Department

Additional material: FRE 6671 GLOBAL FINANCE.pdf