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Multinational Financial Management


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Full course description


Self Paced 30 Hours Digital Badge $990


Course Overview

Understand the relationship between interest rates, foreign exchange, and inflation rates. Recognize how to identify foreign exchange exposures, and determine if alternative hedging instruments should be used to manage these exposures. Analyze current risk management strategies, and see how they can mitigate the impact of currency fluctuations on foreign cash flows.

What topics will be covered

  • Overview of Global Financial Management
  • Financial Options 
  • Forwards, Futures, and Swaps
  • Short-term Assets and Liabilities Management
  • Currency Exposures
  • Currency Hedging
  • Country Risks
  • Cross Border Valuation










Professor Lena Booth

Lena Booth is the senior associate dean of international academic partnerships and associate professor of finance at Thunderbird. She teaches strategic financial analysis, corporate financial management, global financial management, and advanced topics in finance such as global private equity. Born in Malaysia and educated in Singapore and the U.S., she speaks and writes English, Chinese, and Malay and speaks a few Chinese dialects.




Questions & Other Information 

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To earn the Executive certificate you must finish two self-paced online courses with a final score of 80% or greater in each. This course provides approximately 30 hours of content. Participants have up to one year from the purchase date to complete this course. This course is worth 3 continuing education units.