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Markets Instruments and Short-Term International Financing

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1
BASIC CONCEPTS OF FOREIGN EXCHANGE AND FOREIGN EXCHANGE MARKETS
2
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EXCHANGE RATES AND INTEREST RATES
3
EXCHANGE RATE DETERMINANTS
4
FINANCIAL PRODUCTS AND THEIR USE AS FOREIGN EXCHANGE HEDGES
5
MANAGEMENT OF EXCHANGE RATE RISK IN THE COMPANY
6
GUARANTEES IN FOREIGN TRADE OPERATIONS
7
MEANS OF COLLECTION AND PAYMENT
8
EXPORT CREDIT INSURANCE
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Categoría:

Finanzas, Auditoría y Fiscalidad

Modalidad:Presencial
Edición:XXXIII
Inicio: 24/04/2020
Fin Preinscripción: 24/04/2020
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Description
The course focuses on the description and development of international financial markets and the instruments available to companies to finance and mitigate risks associated with their international operations. 
 
Globalization and Internationalization make it necessary for companies to take into account how the evolution of financial markets may affect them. 
 
It also develops the main financial products and instruments that support risk management and the financing of exports and investments in the short term.

Información

Goals

  • Knowledge about how the foreign exchange markets are organized as well as the financial instruments that compose them (spot operation, forward operation (standard, NDF, synthetic and American), call and put.

  • Ability to identify business opportunities through the combined analysis of price levels and exchange rates.

  • Ability to make decisions on hedging the contractual exchange risk using the financial instruments indicated above.

  • Ability to estimate a company's exposure to operational foreign exchange risk. Ability to design a macro-hedging operation for a company's operational risk.

  • To know how Export Credit Insurance works and how it complements payment methods.

  • Differentiate the different financing structures applicable depending on whether the operation takes place in an emerging country or in a developed country.

  • Analyze and identify which type of financing is the most viable according to the characteristics of the operation: type of contract, buyer, seller, country, guarantees, etc.

  • Mechanisms and instruments to finance operations efficiently in terms of the risks borne by the seller.

  • How to achieve in each case the objective of the exporter or contractor: that the financing is truly without recourse and that it becomes an instrument that gives viability to a commercial operation.

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SPECIFIED TIME PERIOD AND PLACE

Specified time period:  This course has and extension of 20 contact ours at ENAE premises.

Timetable: This course is delivered on Friday from 16:30 h. to 21:30 h. and Saturday from 9:00 h. to 14:00 h.

Place and Address:
Edif. ENAE. Campus Universitario de Espinardo 30100 Espinardo Murcia- Spain


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ADMISSION PROCESS

This program is part of a Master that has limited availability. Taking this course will provide you great oportunities for expanding your professional networks.

Final admission decision is reserved to ENAE Business School on the basis of prerequisites established for the course, room availability and specific group profile required.

WHY ENAE?

ENAE Business School seeks differentiation through the search for excellence in the different areas of business management, for the search for continuous improvement of management, employability and business development.
 
Experience and Quality
 
More than 30 years focused on executive and postgraduate training, being a Business School of national and international reference, responding to the demands of the business world.
 
We have different accreditations that guarantee us as an Institution of Quality at a national and international level. These are:
 
- ISO 9001:2000 accreditation, which accredits the implementation of this prestigious quality system.
 
- CLADEA: member of the Latin American Council of Schools of Administration (CLADEA).  CLADEA has more than 140 affiliated schools from Latin America, North America, Europe and Oceania; higher education institutions dedicated to teaching and research in the area of both public and private administration, allowing us to maintain reciprocal membership links with the main academic institutions in the world.
 
- Member of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). AACSB International is an association of educational institutions, companies and other organizations dedicated to the advancement of higher education within management education. It is also the first accreditation agency for collegial business schools and accounting programs worldwide.
 
Scope of supply
 
More than 15 master programmes, more than 35 annual programmes and more than 90 courses with different durations. At the same time, it is important to bear in mind that a growing "in company" Ad-hoc training is being developed, as well as an increase in demand for project management and business development through the faculty.
 
Globalization
 
Since 2004, programs have been developed in Latin America, in the countries of Mexico, Ecuador, Guatemala, Costa Rica, and the Dominican Republic.
 
ENAE Business School has signed international agreements with 10 Universities and 7 Institutions of Higher Education and Business Schools.
 
The School assumes the challenge of globalization and seeks to involve in it all its activities and its community. It pays special attention to the national and international markets, highlighting Latin America.
 
Currently we have representation and training agreements in Monterrey, Antigua in Guatemala, San Salvador, Panama, Caracas, Bogota, Quito, Lima, Santo Domingo, San Jose de Costa Rica.
 
Currently, 30% of MBA students are international.
 
We manage and help to obtain Scholarships for:
 
- Working and studying in the EU (Leonardo Scholarships)
 
- Study and work in North America. (IIT agreement, contacts to facilitate Integrants scholarships)
 
- Master in International Trade Scholarships.
 
Academic and Professional Masters
 
ENAE develops a combined academic training, approved by the UMU, in some courses, aimed at postgraduate and professional training, which involves significant economic knowledge and management, for professionals, managers, executives and entrepreneurs, adjusted to the needs of the various facets of business management.
 
The professional programmes, geared to the needs of companies, are offered by first-rate teaching staff with executive experience.
 
80% of our students are executives and middle management currently active.
 
Faculty
 
The ENAE faculty is one of its key pieces. It demands from all its teachers accredited academic qualifications and constant updating of their knowledge, as well as the experience and ability to apply that knowledge to the business reality. We also have a high percentage of professors, doctors. ENAE also has visiting professors who teach in the most prestigious business schools and universities at a national and international level. The quality of the teaching staff is contrasted by means of appropriate quality and customer satisfaction surveys.
 
In recent years, ENAE has had more than 750 professors, from very different parts of the world, with experience in management and consulting positions, accredited.
 
More than 450 teachers teach at ENAE every year.  
 
The student body
 
Twenty percent are recent university graduates, who wish to increase their knowledge, especially with a practical vision and adjusted to the real world of business, and 80 percent of managerial positions and middle managers of companies, aware of the demand for training this type of students, many of them with university degrees and others with accredited experience in business management.
 
At ENAE Business School we are looking for students in accordance with our mission and institutional values. Newly qualified students of an entrepreneurial nature, motivated and dynamic

MÓDULOS

BASIC CONCEPTS OF FOREIGN EXCHANGE AND FOREIGN EXCHANGE MARKETS

 

  • Basic Concepts
  • Assets in which currencies are specified
  • Operating segments
  • Participants
  • Organisational aspects

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EXCHANGE RATES AND INTEREST RATES

 

  • Arbitration with coverage
  • The Theory of Interest Rate Parity
  • Determination of the forward exchange rate

EXCHANGE RATE DETERMINANTS

 

  • Variables influencing the determination of exchange rates
  • The influence of prices on exchange rates and implications for international trade and investment

FINANCIAL PRODUCTS AND THEIR USE AS FOREIGN EXCHANGE HEDGES

 

  • Operaciones spot
  • Operaciones forward o Forward standard o Non-Deliverable Forward o Forward sintético o Forward Americano
  • Futuros
  • Opciones: call y put.

MANAGEMENT OF EXCHANGE RATE RISK IN THE COMPANY

 

  • Concepts of risk and exposure to exchange rate risk
  • Management and hedging of contractual exchange rate risk
  • Economic exchange rate risk management and hedging

GUARANTEES IN FOREIGN TRADE OPERATIONS

 

  • Offer Guarantee
  • Advance Payment Guarantee
  • Guarantee of Good Performance
  • Retention Guarantee
  • The problem of guarantees

MEDIOS DE COBRO Y PAGO

 

  • Introduction Underlying structure. Classification
  • Transfers
  • Bank Check
  • Personal Check
  • Simple Remittance
  • Documentary Remittances
  • Documentary Credits

SEGURO DE CRÉDITOS A LA EXPORTACIÓN
  • Concept of ECA (Export Credit Agency). The Spanish case CESCE

  • CESCE products on own account and on behalf of the State

  • Private insurance market

  • Use of these products to facilitate the financing of operations

 

 


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