The aim of this course is to prepare student to financial management of companies in the international context. The WACC criterion will be discussed in class with reference to financial markets (risk/return ratio, portfolio theory, CAPM, measurement of sector beta, determination of WACC), as well as hedging tools against currency risk (options, futures, swaps, etc.).
These chapters will be illustrated by exercises and case studies prepared by students throughout the semester.
International companies’ investment decisions.
Foreign exchange markets, risks incurred by multinational companies and hedging against foreign exchange risk
Marion Goffin is a University Lecturer at Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne where she teaches finance (bond management, derivatives, international finance, portfolio theory, corporate investment decisions) and mathematics. She regularly teaches an international finance course in Buenos Aires (USAl University) and taught finance courses at NEOMA Business School and ESCP Business School in the pastL
Member of PRISM, her research focuses on financing options (in particular callable bonds), choice of corporate debt types, debt management and real options.
She has been Director of the GEAI Master's program since 2016. Back in 2018, Mrs. Goffin created the Management and International Trade Mention that she co-manages at the EMS today.