The international financial environment is increasingly complex. Multinational firms, as compared to purely domestic ones have greater opportunities in terms of diversification, scale economies, and larger cost effective financing sources. On the other hand they also face greater risks: political instability, exchange rate fluctuations, and complex fiscal regulations. Since, multinationality is an increasing feature of modern business, managers of firms (be they international or domestic) must have some of the knowledge and skills required by multinational business. The rapidly increasing integration of capital markets renders this even more imperative.This course is, therefore, intended to expose students to the concepts, techniques and instruments of international financial management.