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Title      : PDF-40 International Financial Management
Subject      : Financial Management
copyright © 2018   : Karnataka State Open University
Author      : KSOU
Publisher      : Karnataka State Open University
Chapters/Pages      : 13/157
Total Price      : Rs.      : 111
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International Financial Environment Total views (222)  
The world economy is becoming a single gigantic and complex unit with highly interdependent constituents. Enormous growth in international exchange of goods, services, technology, and finance has knit the national economies into a network of economic relationships. There is enormous growth in volume of international trade. Many obstacles to the free flow of goods, services and capital across natio ......
Pages: 12
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International Monetary System Total views (221)  
The international monetary system is defined as the set of conventions, rules, procedures and institutions that govern the conduct of financial relations between nations. The monetary system should facilitate trade capital flows. The key aspect of IMS is an efficient exchange rate mechanism. The IMS has to help the fim1s to carry on worldwide transactions in goods and services and finances by prov ......
Pages: 9
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Foreign Exchange Market Total views (218)  
Foreign exchange market is a decentralized worldwide market; the participants in the market include central banks, commercial banks, brokers and individuals. It is the market in which the currencies are bought and sold against each other. It is the largest market in the world accounting for more than a trillion dollar per day. It is an over the counter market without physical or electronic market ......
Pages: 12
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Exchange Rate Behavior Total views (221)  
Finance managers of companies conducting international business must continuously monitor exchange rates, because their cash flows and revenues are highly dependent on them. They need to understand what factors influence exchange rates, so that they can anticipate how exchange rates may change in response to specific conditions. Financial managers must understand how international arbitrage reali ......
Pages: 17
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Economic Exposure Total views (208)  
Foreign exchange risk management constitutes an integral part of all major corporate decisions to manage foreign exchange exposure given the business scenario in which business firms operate. It is imperative that corporate firms must be aware of various types of foreign exchange risks they are exposed to as well as are fully conversant with the various important foreign exchange risk management ( ......
Pages: 14
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Transaction Exposure Total views (209)  
A transaction exposure is inherent in all foreign currency denominated contractual obligations. This arises whenever a company is committed to a foreign currency denominated transaction entered into before the change in exchange rate. Transaction exposure measures the effect of an exchange rate change on outstanding obligations which existed before the change, but were settled after the exchange ......
Pages: 18
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Translation Exposure Total views (208)  
Translation exposure emerges on account of consolidation of financial statements of different units of a multinational firm. The parent company is normally interested in maximizing its overall profitability, thus, it consolidates the financial statements of its subsidiaries with its own. The consolidation of financial statements also helps to evaluate the comparative performance of different subsi ......
Pages: 13
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Foreign Direct Investment Total views (209)  
FDI is investment made by a transnational corporation to increase its international business. When firms become multinational, they undertake FDI. It generally involves the establishment of new production facilities in foreign countries to earn extra returns.Foreign investments generally motivated by a complex set of strategic behavioural, economic and financial considerations.
Pages: 12
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International Capital Budgeting:Basic Framework-Risk Analysis Total views (214)  
The evaluation of the long term investment projects is known as capital budgeting. The techniques of capital budgeting are almost similar between a domestic and an international company. The only difference is that some additional complexities appear in case of international capital budgeting. In the international capital budgeting decision process the finance manager has to analyze the variable ......
Pages: 11
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Multinational Cost of Capital and Capital Structure Total views (213)  
The objective of the financial policy is to maximize the value of the finn by selecting the most appropriate mix of financing instruments. Financial policy includes decisions regarding the mix and debt and equity, the currency of denomination of debt and equity, the maturity structure of debt, the market in which the capital is raised, the method of financing foreign operations and financial risk ......
Pages: 11
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International Long Term Financing Total views (214)  
Financial markets everywhere serve to facilitate transfer of resources from surplus units (savers) to deficit units (borrowers), the former attempting to maximise the return on their savings, while the latter looking to minimise the borrowing cost an efficient market achieves an optimal use of surplus funds between alternative uses. The international long term financing decision is influenced by d ......
Pages: 10
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International Cash Management Total views (213)  
Management of short-term assets and liabilities, cash, inventories, receivables, payables, is an important part of the finance managers' job. The essence of short-tenn financial management can be stated as: - (a) minimize the working capital needs as per the finn's policies. (b) Raise short-term funds at the minimum possible cost and invest short term cash surpluses at the maximum possible rate of ......
Pages: 9
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Short Term Financing Total views (212)  
All firms make short term financing decisions periodically. Short-term finance is needed to meet the working capital requirements. Presently, the firms have access to additional sources of funds in the global financial market. There are wide choices of markets and financial instruments for firms. Finance managers must understand possible merits and.demerits of STF with foreign currencies so that t ......
Pages: 9
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