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PEPPERDINE UNIVERSITY THE GEORGE L. GRAZIADIO SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT LEN RUSHFIELD MBA 610.63 INTERNATIONAL FINANCE SPRING 2005 WEDNESDAY 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM WESTLAKE VILLAGE CENTER SYLLABUS 1 International Finance MBA 610.63 Westlake Village Center Wednesday 1/5-2/16/05 Len Rushfield (310) 474-5848 (603) 843-9683 (efax) leonard.rushfield@pepperdine.edu/ asiaptner@aol.com Course Objectives MBA 610.63 is intended to provide a foundation of understanding of international finance and the critical options for corporate financial management within the global markets. Intensive reading will establish the basis of information on international financial structure, processes and techniques. Cases will identify important real…show more content…
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