Author(s): Jacque, Laurent L.
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Pub. Date: 2014
A thorough introduction to corporate finance from a renowned professor of finance and banking
As globalization redefines the field of corporate finance, international and domestic finance have become almost inseparably intertwined. It's increasingly difficult to understand what is happening in capital markets without a firm grasp of currency markets, the investment strategies of sovereign wealth funds, carry trade, and foreign exchange derivatives products. International Corporate Finance offers thorough coverage of the international monetary climate, including Islamic finance, Asian banking, and cross-border mergers and acquisitions. Additionally, the book offers keen insight on global capital markets, equity markets, and bond markets, as well as foreign exchange risk management and how to forecast exchange rates.
Offers a comprehensive discussion of the current state of international corporate finance
Provides simple rules and pragmatic answers to key managerial questions and issues
Includes case studies and real-world decision-making situations
For anyone who wants to understand how finance works in today's hyper-connected global economy, International Corporate Finance is an insightful, practical guide to this complex subject.