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DRIVE FALL 2013 PROGRAM/SEMESTER MBADS
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 (SEM 3/SEM 5) / MBAN2 / MBAFLEX
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 (SEM 3) /PGDIB
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 (SEM 1) MF015 & INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Q1. Explain the goals of international financial management. Give complete explanation on Gold Standard 1876-1913. List down the advantages and disadvantages of Gold Standard. (Goals of international financial management, Introduction of Gold Standard, Advantages and disadvantages) 4, 2, 4 Answer: Goals of International Financial management
Effective financial management is not limited to the application of the latest business techniques or functioning more efficiently but includes maximization of wealth meaning that it aims to offer profit to the shareholder, the owners of the businesses and to ensure that they gain benefits from the business decisions that have been made. So, the goal of international financial management is to increase the wealth of shareholders just like in domestic financial management. The goals are not only limited to just the shareholders, but also to the suppliers, customers and
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Q2. Give an introduction on capital account with its sub-categories. Discuss about capital account convertibility. (Introduction on capital account, Sub-categories on capital account, Explanation on Capital account convertibility) 2, 3, 5 Answer: Capital Account
It is an accounting measure of the total domestic currency value of financial transactions between domestic residents and the rest of the world over a period of time. This account consists of loans, investments and other transfers of financial assets and the creation of liabilities. It includes financial transactions associated with international trade as well as flows associated with portfolio shifts involving the purchase of foreign stocks, bonds and bank deposits. It includes three categories: direct investment, Portfolio investment and other capital flow.
 
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Q3. Explain the concept of Swap. Write down its features and various types of interest rate swap. (Introduction of Swap, Features of swap, various types of interest rate swap) 2, 4 , 4 Answer: Swap
Swap is an agreement between two or more parties to exchange sets of cash flows over a period in future. The parties that agree to swap are known as counter parties. It is a combination of a purchase with a simultaneous sale for equal amount but different dates. Swaps are used by corporate houses and banks as an innovating financing instrument that decreases borrowing costs and increases control over other financial instruments. It is an agreement to exchange  payments of two different kinds in the future. Financial swap is a funding technique that permits a borrower to access
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Q4. Elaborate on measuring exchange rate movements. Explain the factors that influence exchange. (Measuring exchange rate movement- introduction, Interest rate differentials, Focus on demand supply model, Economic factors, Political conditions rates) 3, 2, 2, 2, 1 Answer: Measuring Exchange Rate Movements
Exchange rates respond quickly to all sorts of events - both economic and noneconomic. The movement of exchange rates is the result of the combined effect of a number of factors that are constantly at play. Economic factors, also called fundamentals, are better guides as to how a currency moves in the long run. Short-term changes are affected by a multitude of factors which may also have to be examined carefully.
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Q5. Write short notes on: International Credit Markets International Bond Markets Answer: International Credit Markets
International credit markets are the forum where companies and governments can obtain credit (loans in various forms) from the creditors/investors. These markets are an important part of international capital markets. International capital market is that financial market or world financial centre where shares, bonds, debentures, currencies, mutual funds and other long term securities are purchased and sold. These markets provide the opportunity for international companies and investors to deal in shares and bonds of different companies from various countries. Two very important aspects of international credit market are the syndicated loans and impact of credit crisis on the credit market, which are explained below.
Syndicated Loans
Syndicated loans are credits granted by a group of banks, called a syndicate to a borrower who may be a company or the government. Interest rates can be fixed for the term of the loan or floating based on a benchmark rate such as the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR).These are hybrid instruments combining features of relationship lending and
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Q6. Country risk is the risk of investing in a country, where a change in the business environment adversely affects the profit or the value of the assets in a specific country. Explain the country risk factors and assessment of risk factors. (Introduction of country risk factors, Explanation of assessment of risk factors) 5, 5 Answer: Country Risk Factors
We can define country risk as the risk of losing money due to changes that can occur in a country’s government or
regulatory environment. The most common examples are acts of war, civil wars, terrorism and military coups, etc. It comes in various forms: for example, change in the government of a country, a new president or prime minister, some new laws, a ruling party becoming minori
ty, and so on. Such changes do impact a country’s economic environment. They have a great impact on the investor’s perception about a country’s prospects. Political stability means the
frequency of changes in the government of a country, the level of violence in the country, etc. A country is called  politically stable if there are no frequent changes in the government and the level of violence is low or nil. For
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