International Corporate Finance: Value Creation with Currency Derivatives in Global Capital Markets (Wiley Finance) (Hardcover)
As globalization is redefining the field of corporate finance, international finance is now part and parcel of the basic literacy of any financial executive. This is why International Corporate Finance is a "must" text for upper-undergraduates, MBAs aspiring to careers in global financial services and budding finance professionals.
International Corporate Finance offers thorough coverage of the international monetary system, international financing, foreign exchange risk management and cross-border valuation. Additionally, the book offers keen insight on how disintermediation, deregulation and securitization are re-shaping global capital markets.
What is different about International Corporate Finance?
- Each chapter opens with a real-life mini-case to anchor theoretical concepts to managerial situations.
- Provides simple decision rules and "how to do" answers to key managerial issues.
- Cross-border Mergers & Acquisitions, Project Finance, Islamic Finance, Asian Banking & Finance are completely new chapters that no other textbooks currently cover.
- Accompanied with a comprehensive instructor support package which includes case studies, an Instructor's Manual, PowerPoint slides, Multiple Choice Questions and more.
About the Author
Laurent L. Jacque (Boston, MA) is the Walter B. Wriston Professor of International Finance & Banking at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy (Tufts University) and Director of its International Business Studies Program. From 2004 to 2007 he was Fletcher's Academic Dean and as such responsible for the design and the establishment of the new Master of International Business degree and the Center for Emerging Market Enterprises. Since 1990 he has also held a joint appointment at the HEC School of Management (France) as a Professor of Economics, Finance, and International Business.