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MN5607 International Financial Management

SCOTCAT credits:20
Academic year(s):2017/8
SCQF Level 11
Planned timetable:To be arranged.

From daily financial management to long term strategic decision making, a full understanding of international finance is essential for all business managers. This module begins with the international monetary frameworks and the conduct of monetary policies in major developed economies. An essential feature of international finance is the crucial role of foreign exchange rate when cross-border transactions and capital flows occur. The determination and forecast of exchange rates and their interdependence with interest rates is discussed, together with the international money and capital markets and capital flows. Recent decades saw an explosion of new derivative products to hedge risks and an understanding of basic derivatives such as options and future/forward is required of the modern business manager.

Place in programme(s) and relationship to other modules


Optional for Banking and Finance Postgraduate Programme. Optional for Management Studies MRes Programme, and all other Postgraduate Programmes in the School of Management.

Learning and teaching methods and delivery

Weekly contact:Lectures and seminars.

Assessment pattern

Postgraduate Assessment :2-hour Written Examination = 50%, Coursework = 50%


Module coordinator:Dr X Chen
Module teaching staff:Dr X Chen