Handbook of International Financial Management 1990
The Handbook of International Financial Management brings together a wide range of topical expertise on issues of immediate relevance to finance directors, bankers, advisers and consultants with the support of a powerful editorial board representing international financial institutions. The book is divided into 6 parts. The first looks at the world scene in which international finance is operated, the second at capital structures and financing, part 3, insurance and compensation trading. Part 4 covers investment appraisal and corporate financial policies, followed by an assessment of risks involved in part 5. The final section deals with international tax planning.