Incorporating theory a practice, this textbook was developed to help guide professors faced with the challenge of teaching a comprehensive survey course of global finance through a complex international network of markets, institutions, a financial instruments. Global Finance covers the five major areas of global finance including: the environment of global finance, international financial markets, international banking, international corporate finance, a international portfolio investment. This book operationally is heavily markets driven. This emphasis is seen in the up-to-date coverage given to market instruments in the global financial markets. In addition, financial management practice in banking, corporate finance, a investment management is all driven by current markets practice. Features * Student case book shrinkwrapped with every copy of the book. * Greater emphasis on the interconnection between banks a corporations, between portfolio managers a corporations, a more for flexible use. * Provides a markets orientation, exhibiting interconnections between different kinds of players a the markets, a reflecting the importance of the market place in valuing securities issued by corporations a by banks of various types. * Focuses on global finance as an entity differentiating itself from other texts in finance a international business. Supplements Instructor's Resource Manual, Transparency Masters, Computerized Test Gen for Windows a Macintosh. Table of Contents PART I: ENVIRONMENT OF GLOBAL FINANCE Chapter 1: Global Finance a the World Economic Environment Chapter 2: International Monetary System Chapter 3: Balance of Payments Analysis PART II: INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MARKETS Chapter 4: Foreign Exchange Market Chapter 5: Currency Futures, Options, a Swaps Chapter 6: Eurocurrency Market a Offshore Banking Chapter 7: International Bond Market Chapter 8: Major Financial Centers: New York, London, a Tokyo PART III: INTERNATIONAL BANKING Chapter 9: Global Banking: Overview Chapter 10: Financing Foreign Trade Chapter 11: Bank Money Management Chapter 12: Bank Lending, Euroloans, a Country Risk Analysis PART IV: INTERNATIONAL CORPORATE FINANCE Chapter 13: Direct Investment: Empirical Perspective, Motivations, a Risk Dimensions Chapter 14: Foreign Affiliate Financing, Taxation, a Cost of Capital Chapter 15: International Cash Management Chapter 16: Foreign Currency Exposure a Management Chapter 17: International Capital Budgeting PART V: INTERNATIONAL PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT Chapter 18: International Investment a Capital Markets Chapter 19: International Portfolio Diversification Chapter 20: Investment Management a EvaluationThis book operationally is heavily markets driven. This emphasis is seen in the up-to-date coverage given to market instruments in the global financial markets.
|Author||:||Maximo Eng, Francis A. Lees, Laurence J. Mauer|
|Publisher||:||Addison Wesley Publishing Company - 1998|