Global Business Strategy Seminar: Int'l Financial Markets and Diversification
Date and Time
Wednesday, November 30, 2011 – Wednesday, December 14, 2011 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Coronado Building, Room132
International Financial Markets and Diversification Seminar
Wednesdays, November 30, December 7 and 14
The main goal of this seminar is to enable participants to understand how international financial markets work with a special emphasis on foreign exchange rate exposure and risk management. Learn how international financial markets are structured, how they operate and what role they play in overall globalized marketplace. Several theories of exchange rate determination will be discussed. The last portion of the seminar will concentrate on applying tools of risk management in managing exchange rate risk.
Marko Svetina, PhD, joined the University of San Diego in the fall of 2008, after obtaining his PhD in finance from Arizona State University. At USD, he teaches graduate and undergraduate corporate finance and investments courses. His research interests include the role of private equity in mergers and acquisitions, the impact of local clienteles on the precision of analyst forecasts, accelerated share buybacks, and performance and competition of exchange traded funds (ETFs).
This seminar is part of the professional Certificate in Global Business Strategy. Attend individual seminars of interest, or complete 50 seminar hours to earn the certificate. Please inquire about our discount for USD affiliates.