FINANCE 663 - International Finance

Course Description

International Finance will share a corporate finance and investment perspective. Student will learn key aspects of international corporate finance (evaluation of investments, hedging, dealing with political risk). Students will also learn about the issues facing portfolio investors in equities, bonds, and commodities. Students will learn how to evaluate potential corporate and portfolio investments as well as how to measure and manage risk exposures. Course should be taken by any student specializing in either Corporate Finance or Investment Finance.

Professor Harvey has recently returned to the classroom after six years of editing The Journal of Finance. He also serves as Investment Strategy Advisor to the Man Group, PLC, the second largest hedge fund group in the world, where he advises them in both the areas of corporate finance and investment management.

The course topics are detailed here:
https://faculty.fuqua.duke.edu/~charvey/Teaching/663_2014/syl663_Topics.htm

The course syllabus can be found at:
https://faculty.fuqua.duke.edu/~charvey/Teaching/663_2014/syl663.htm