Multinational Finance "Evaluating the Opportunities, Costs, and Risks of Multinational Operations"

por Butler, Kirt
Multinational Finance "Evaluating the Opportunities, Costs, and Risks of Multinational Operations"
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ISBN: 978-1-119-21968-2
Editorial: Wiley & Sons Ltd.
Fecha de la edición: 2016
Edición Nº: 6
idioma: Ingles
Nº Pág.: 560

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Reseña: Multinational Finance offers an advanced exploration of international corporate finance concepts and operations. Despite its status as one of the most rigorous texts on the topic, this book remains accessible and readable without sacrificing depth of coverage. Sidebars, key terms, essays, conceptual questions, and problems with solutions help aid in the learning process, while suggested readings and PowerPoint handouts reinforce the material and offer avenues for further exploration. This new sixth edition includes Excel templates that allow students to use real-world tools in a learning environment, and the modular structure facilitates course customization to individual objectives, interests, and preparatory level. The emphasis is on the basics of financial management, but coverage includes unique chapters on treasury management, asset pricing, hedging, options, and portfolio management in addition to traditional finance topics. International finance is a diverse field with myriad specialties and a vast array of possible interests. This book allows students to view the field through the lens of a financial manager with investment or financial options in more than one country to give them a practical feel for real-world application.
indice: Preface Acknowledgments About the Author Part One: The International Financial Environment Chapter 1: An Introduction to Multinational Finance 1.1 The Goals of the Multinational Corporation 1.2 The Challenges of Multinational Operations 1.3 The Opportunities of Multinational Operations 1.4 Financial Management of the Multinational CorporationCORPORATION 1.5 Summary Chapter 2: World Trade and the International Monetary System 2.1 Integration of the Worlds Markets 2.2 Balance-of-Payments Statistics 2.3 Exchange Rate Systems 2.4 A Brief History of the International Monetary System 2.5 Summary Chapter 3: Foreign Exchange and Eurocurrency Markets 3.1 Characteristics of Financial Markets 3.2 The Eurocurrency Market 3.3 The Foreign Exchange Market 3.4 Foreign Exchange Rates and Quotations 3.5 Hedging with Currency Forwards 3.6 The Empirical Behavior of Exchange Rates 3.7 Summary Chapter 4: The International Parity Conditions and Their Consequences 4.1 The Law of One Price 4.2 Exchange Rate Equilibrium 4.3 Covered Interest Arbitrage and Interest Rate Parity 4.4 Less Reliable International Parity Conditions 4.5 The Real Exchange Rate 4.6 Exchange Rate Forecasting 4.7 Summary Appendix 4A: Continuous Compounding Part Two: Derivative Securities for Financial Risk Management Chapter 5: Currency Futures and Futures Markets 5.1 The Evolution of Futures Markets 5.2 Futures Contracts 5.3 Forward Versus Futures Market Hedges 5.4 Hedging with Currency Futures 5.5 Summary Chapter 6: Currency Options and Options Markets 6.1 What Is an Option? 6.2 Option Payoff Profiles 6.3 Currency Option Values Prior to Expiration 6.4 Hedging with Currency Options 6.5 Exchange Rate Volatility Revisited 6.6 Summary Appendix 6A: Currency Option Valuation Chapter 7: Currency Swaps and Swaps Markets 7.1 The Growth of the Swaps Market 7.2 Swaps as Portfolios of Forward Contracts 7.3 Currency Swaps 7.4 Interest Rate Swaps 7.5 Other Types of Swaps 7.6 Hedging the Swap Banks Exposure to Financial Price Risk 7.7 Summary Part Three: Managing the Risks of Multinational Operations Chapter 8: Multinational Treasury Management 8.1 Determining Financial Goals and Strategies 8.2 Managing International Trade 8.3 Payment Methods and Financing for International Trade 8.4 Managing Cash Flows 8.5 Managing Exposures to Currency Risk 8.6 Summary Appendix 8A: The Rationale for Hedging Currency Risk Chapter 9: Managing Transaction Exposure to Currency Risk 9.1 Transaction Exposure to Currency Risk 9.2 Managing Transaction Exposures Internally 9.3 Managing Transaction Exposures in the Financial Markets 9.4 Treasury Management in Practice 9.5 Summary Chapter 10: Managing Operating Exposure to Currency Risk 10.1 Operating Exposures to Currency Risk 10.2 The Exposure of Shareholders Equity 10.3 Managing Operating Exposures in the Financial Markets 10.4 Managing Operating Exposures Through Operations 10.5 Pricing Strategy and the Competitive Environment 10.6 Summary Chapter 11: Managing Translation Exposure and Accounting for Financial Transactions 11.1 Financial Accounting and Reporting Standards 11.2 The Current Rate Method of IAS 21 and ASC 830-30 11.3 Corporate Hedging of Translation Exposure 11.4 Accounting for Financial Market Instruments 11.5 Accounting, Disclosure, and Corporate Hedging Activities 11.6 Summary Part Four: Valuation and the Structure of Multinational Operations Chapter 12: Foreign Market Entry and Country Risk Management 12.1 Strategic Entry into International Markets 12.2 Country Risk Assessment 12.3 Strategies for Managing Country Risk 12.4 Protecting the Multinationals Competitive Advantages 12.5 Summary Chapter 13: Multinational Capital Budgeting 13.1 The Algebra of Multinational Capital Budgeting 13.2 An Example: Wendys Restaurant in Neverland 13.3 International Parity Disequilibria 13.4 Special Circumstances in Cross-Border Investments 13.5 Summary Chapter 14: Multinational Capital Structure and Cost of Capital 14.1 Capital Structure and the Cost of Capital 14.2 Valuation of a Foreign Project with the WACC 14.3 The Cost of Capital on Multinational Operations 14.4 Sources of Funds for Multinational Operations 14.5 The International Evidence of Capital Structure 14.6 Summary Chapter 15: Taxes and Multinational Corporate Strategy 15.1 The Objectives of National Tax Policy 15.2 Types of Taxation 15.3 Taxes and Organization Form 15.4 U.S. Taxation of Foreign-Source Income 15.5 Transfer Pricing and Tax Planning 15.6 Taxes and the Location of Foreign Assets and Liabilities 15.7 Summary Chapter 16: Real Options and Cross-Border Investment Strategy 16.1 Real Options and the Theory and Practice of Investment 16.2 Market Entry as a Simple Real Option 16.3 Uncertainty and the Value of the Option to Invest 16.4 Market Entry as a Compound Real Option 16.5 The Real Option Approach as Complement to NPV 16.6 Summary Chapter 17: Corporate Governance and the International Market for Corporate Control 17.1 Corporate Governance 17.2 The International Market for Corporate Control 17.3 The International Evidence on Mergers and Acquisitions 17.4 Summary Part Five: International Portfolio Investment and Asset Pricing Chapter 18: International Capital Markets 18.1 Domestic and International Capital Markets 18.2 International Investment Vehicles 18.3 Cross-Border Financial Statement Analysis 18.4 Summary Chapter 19: International Portfolio Diversification 19.1 The Algebra of Portfolio Diversification 19.2 Returns on Foreign Investments 19.3 The Benefits of International Portfolio Diversification 19.4 Home Bias 19.5 Summary Chapter 20: International Asset Pricing 20.1 The International Capital Asset Pricing Model (IAPM) 20.2 Factor Models of Expected and Required Return 20.3 Contemporary Asset Pricing Models 20.4 Summary Appendix: Useful Rules and Formulas Glossary Index