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Advanced international financial management and hedging Language English Course ECTS 7.5 ECTS Type Elective Level Full Degree Master Duration Summer Course period Time Table Please see course schedule at e-Campus Study board

Study Board for MSc in Economics and Business Administration

Course coordinator
  • Course instructor - Dr. Jakob Müllner, Vienna University of Economics and Business
    Patricia Plackett - Department of Operations Management (OM)
Main academic disciplines
  • Finance
  • Globalization, International Business, markets and studies
  • Management
  • Corporate and Business Strategy
Learning objectives At the end of the course the students are able to:
  • Understand how exchange rates affect MNEs and SMEs on different levels
  • Manage the different exposures using contractual, strategic or financial instruments
  • Implement and analyse FX risk management processes in SMEs and MNEs
  • Interpret outcomes of different hedging instruments including complex option strategies
  • Deal with managerial elements in corporate hedging (exchange rate forecasting, strategic management of different exposures, measurement of foreign exchange exposure, hedging ratio, hedging tenor etc.)
  • Read and understand scientific and practical state-of-the-art papers on corporate hedging
Course prerequisites Students need high school-level mathematical skills, a good level of English, a basic understanding of derivatives and necessary scientific competence to understand peer-reviewed journal articles. Students should have completed an introductory course of corporate finance. Prerequisites for registering for the exam

Number of mandatory activities: 1

Compulsory assignments (assessed approved/not approved)
Mandatory Mid-term Assignment: An in-class quiz based on the textbook. Topics include exchange rate behavior (Chapters 4; 6-8), types of foreign exchange exposure (Chapters 9-12) and hedging instruments (Chapter 5).

Examination 4-hours written exam: Exam ECTS 7, 5 Examination form Individual or group exam Individual Assignment type 4 hours Grading scale 7-step scale Examiner(s) One internal examiner Exam period Summer Term Aids allowed to bring to the exam Limited aids, see the list below and the exam plan/guidelines for further information:
  • Allowed calculators
  • Allowed dictionaries
Make-up exam/re-exam

Same examination form as the ordinary exam

If the number of registered candidates for the make-up examination/re-take examination warrants that it may most appropriately be held as an oral examination, the programme office will inform the students that the make-up examination/re-take examination will be held as an oral examination instead.

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