Evaluating Opportunities, Costs, and Risks of Operations
Multinational Finance, Fifth Edition assumes theviewpoint of the financial manager of a multinational corporationwith investment or financial operations in more than one country.This book provides a framework for evaluating the manyopportunities, costs, and risks of multinational operations in amanner that allows readers to see beyond the math and terminologysurrounding this field to realize the general principles ofmultinational financial management.
Logically organized and written in a clear, non-technical style,this book includes information on international finance topics suchas foreign exchange, currency and derivatives markets, currencyrisk (transaction, operating, and translation) management, countryrisk, international taxation, capital structure, cost of capital,and international portfolio diversification. It also offers uniquechapters on multinational treasury management, the rationale forhedging currency risks, options on real assets, internationalcorporate governance, asset pricing, and portfolio management.
- Emphasizes the managerial aspects of multinational finance withgraphs, figures, and the use of numerous real-world examples
- Expands on the treatment of parity disequilibria to includeexchange rate expectations that differ from parity and a project'soperating exposure to currency risk
- Provides an overview and comparison of the various derivativeinstruments and their use in risk hedging
- Contains valuable insights on valuation and management of amultinational corporation's investments
If you're looking for the best way to gain a firm understandingof multinational finance, look no further than the fifth edition ofthis classic text.
672 pages; ISBN 9781118282762
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Title: Multinational Finance
Author: Kirt C. Butler