., France

International Corporate Finance

online course
when 15 February 2021 - 19 February 2021
language English
duration 1 week
credits 4 EC
fee EUR 400

This course introduces students to the challenges and opportunities firms face in international financial markets. The course investigates how firms can manage exposure to different forms of risk resulting from international operations. First, the course covers means of valuing and managing investments in foreign countries. Second, we look at the integration of capital markets and challenges firm face when issuing securities abroad. Third, we investigate how firms can navigate different tax and institutional regimes to optimize capital structure and the allocation of profits to business units. Taken together, the course is designed to prepare students to answer questions about strategic implications of internationalization using tools based on financial analysis.

Course leader

Please contact Claire DELHOMME, winter term manager: winter@audencia.com

Target group

Upper undergraduate students and graduate students

Course aim

In this class, students learn:
1. how to manage exposure to country risk
2. how to evaluate projects in foreign countries
3. how to design international corporate structure to maximize firm value
4. how firms can handle different international tax regimes
5. how firms can finance foreign expansion

Fee info

EUR 400: 400 euros tuition fee for free movers + 50 euros administrative fee
EUR 0: no tuition fees for nominated students from partner universities