This course provides a practical and comprehensive introduction to the management of the financing activities of a large multinational company. Course content includes a description of the organisation and function of a corporate treasury department and the interaction with areas of a company. Practical examples are used to illustrate the nature of currency and interest rate risks and how they can be managed using various derivatives. Liquidity risk is also analysed. The types of bank inter-relationships and their management are discussed, the steps to arrange bank loans set out, and the significance of the many clauses found in a typical loan agreement are discussed. Other domestic and international debt markets for finance and corresponding instruments available to a multinational company are also considered, as well as asset securitisation and trade finance. The course studies the wide-ranging use of time value of money and discounted cash flow in corporate finance and ends with a discussion of the causes and characteristics of the global financial crisis from a multinational perspective.
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