Introduction to International Finance


June 23rd. 8:30am-10:10am. 2 hours of CPE (Technical)


Course Description

Program Content

As companies grow, they will frequently look to international expansion as a way to increase revenues or decrease product or labor costs. International expansion introduces foreign currency issues and risks. In this session, we will learn about the impact of foreign currency on business transactions and hedging strategies a company may use to manage risk.

Learning Objectives

  1. Understand how the foreign exchange market works
  2. Understand currency fluctuation and how it impacts profits and cash flows
  3. Understand how to hedge against foreign currency risks

Course Details

Instructor Boz
Number of CPE Hours 2
Location Zoom Meeting
Field of Study Finance (Technical)
Level Basic
Format Group Internet Based
Prerequisites None
Policies A full refund is offered if registration is cancelled by a participant prior to the CPE session. Credit toward a future session offered for no-shows. Contact Boz (612-414-9629) to cancel or for more questions.
Other Notes None

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