A U.S. firm has a European subsidiary that earns euros. The subsidiary has borrowed dollars at a floating rate of interest. What kind of risk does the subsidiary have? What kind of swap could be used to limit the subsidiary’s risk? Be specific.
Jamco Ltd and Figco Ltd are public companies and are listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). Jamco has been in secret negotiations with Figco with a view to a takeover of Figco. One of the directors of Jamco, Paul, instructed his broker to; (i) purchase $600,000 worth of shares […]
You have reached the end of the project. The relocation from DC to NY has been done. The Project Sponsor wants to have a big celebration for you and your team, but you tell him that the project is not yet complete. Identify at least three things that you need […]
One of the books I have on OD consulting has an interesting article by Susan Barnes (2004) on the social construction of reality. Here are a few brief paragraphs: “As OD practitioners, we often run into situations in which people seem to be having trouble understanding one another. One of […]
Module Five Short Paper: Five I’s Strategic Analysis Facebook has been surrounded by controversy. In 2017 the company lost around 2.8 million U.S. users under the age of 25. The prediction for 2018 is not much better. Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s CEO, has stated that due to the current controversy the […]