|Subject||INTERNATIONAL FINANCE II||Code||00512040|
|Department||DIREC.Y ECONOMIA DE LA EMPRESA
|Tribunales de Revisión||
|Apply different models of equity valuation, both in domestic and international markets||A6678
|Apply different models of valuation to asset portfolios, both in domestic and international markets||A6679
|Compute return and risk of international equity investment||A6652
|Operate in the eurocurrency market and with credits offered by multinational banking. Compute the effective cost of international credit||A6652
|Recognize the hedging instruments available to minimize risks of multinational operations||A6648
|International finance||Introduction to international finance
International financing alternatives
Managing international portfolios
Risks of multinational companies
|Methodologies :: Tests|
|Class hours||Hours outside the classroom||Total hours|
|Tutorship of group||10||15||25|
|Practicals using information and communication technologies (ICTs) in computer rooms||20||30||50|
|(*)The information in the planning table is for guidance only and does not take into account the heterogeneity of the students.|
|Tutorship of group||Tutorship oriented to the whole group in which the teacher helps the students to formulate, analyze, solve and debate a problem or exercise related to the topic of the subject.|
|Case study||Gathering of real information to be applied in the cases. Selection and elaboration of that information.|
|Practicals using information and communication technologies (ICTs) in computer rooms||Individual work to solve the assigned cases, applying theoretical and practical knowledge acquired during the classes. Reporting on students’ results.|
|Lecture||Interactive lectures, to communicate core material and to deal with central concepts and models.|
|Written works:individual works and group works||40% as a maximum|
|Mixed tests||Out of 5 points, 4 points are devoted to theoretical questions and 1 point to practical questions.||50% as a maximum|
|Others||Attendance and participation||10% as a maximum|
|Other comments and second call|
Second call: Written exam, made up of theoretical questions (4 points) and practical exercises (5 points), similar to those performed during the classes. For the other point, it will be maintained the score obtained with attendance and participation during the course time.
Extraordinary exam in December or Exam for academic years without classes: Written exam, made up of theoretical questions (4.5 points) and practical exercises (5.5 points), similar to those performed during the classes (in the last academic year with classes).
The holding and use of mobile phones and/or electronic devices is strictly forbidden during the exams. The holding of unauthorized class notes, books, portfolios, mobile and/or electronic devices, etc. during the exams will mean the immediate withdrawal of the exam, the expulsion of the student, and the qualification of the exam with a failing grade.
|Sources of information|
|Access to Recommended Bibliography in the Catalog ULE|
Bodie, Z., Kane, A., and Marcus, A.J. (2017). Essentials of investments. 10th Ed. McGraw-Hill.
Butler, K.C. (2016). Multinational Finance: Evaluating the Opportunities, Costs, and Risks of Multinational Operations, 6th Edition. Wiley.
Moffett, M., Stonehill, A., and Eiteman, D. (2016). Fundamentals of Multinational Finance, Global Edition. 6th Ed. Pearson.
Berk, J., De Marzo, P., and Harford, J. (2014). Fundamentals of Corporate Finance. 3rd Ed. Prentice Hall.
Brigham, E.F. and Ehrhardt, M.C. (2017). Financial Management:Theory and Practice. 15th Ed. South Western Cengage Learning.
Buckley, A. (2012). International Finance: A practical perspective. Pearson.
Levi, M.D. (2009). International Finance. 5th Ed. Routledge.
Martín Marín, J.L. y Téllez Valle, C. (2014). Finanzas internacionales. 2ª Ed. Paraninfo.
Pra, I. y de la Fuente, D. [Coords.] (2016). Dirección financiera de la empresa: Un enfoque internacional. McGraw-Hill.
Ross, S., Westerfield, R.W. and Jordan, B.D. (2017). Fundamentals of Corporate Finance. 11th Ed. McGraw-Hill.
|It is useful to have coursed International Finance I previously, but it is not required.|