A regional bank has decided to open an office overseas for serving those businesses that are expanding internationally. Choose a country with a large financial center that you believe would be helpful to your customer base. 1200-1500 words
- Discuss some of the challenges you may face in this new environment.
- What are the cultural, ethnic, social, and educational characteristics?
- Describe the political and legal systems.
- How much does the government intervene in the private sector?
- How will that affect your financial institution?
- What type of economic system does it have?
- What is the history of that economic system?
- How is the country involved in international trade?
- How does the government get involved in trade issues?
- Will that help or hurt your financial institution?
- Will your presence in this country be helpful in your attempts to invest in other developing countries?
- Is this country involved in any regional integration efforts? How so?
- Why did you choose this location for your bank?
- As a manager, what would be your overall assessment about whether you want to pursue opening an office there?
- Are the financial risks worth taking?
- Will it be beneficial to all of the stakeholders?
In pursuing this, what type of presence do you think would be best suited to your objectives?
- How should the plant be financed?
- Should they hedge foreign exchange or something else? Explain.
- Identify 3 foreign exchange instruments you would recommend?
- What, if any, government regulations that would affect earnings and cash flow should they be aware of?
- Include the need to be aware of inflation and interest rates and how it affects exchange rates.
- Keep in mind that the country that the plant is in does not necessarily have to be where the financing is done.
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Part 2: I will include what I have but there needs to have at least 5 people on a survey. Include any information that is not included in the assignment that I am including. I will also include professor notes to make this assignment better down below.
Your rationale for selecting your proposed research strategy
1 research instrument that you will use to collect data
A questionnaire or survey with at least 5 research questions for the study..
Opportunities for improvement: To analyze correlation, you would have to track negative behavior and turnover. That is a great idea but not something you can measure with surveys. Your survey won’t prove this, just show what the people you ask think about this topic. Revise your reserach qeustion. Survey intro should demonstrate ethical considerations. .
Additional Comments: Make sure you address any issues before sending out your survey and collecting data for unit five. If there are no issues you may proceed with your research. .
During the past few weeks, you have considered the various elements of the research project. Compile all of the sections of your research strategy ideas from Week 3. Retrieve your survey/questionnaire results this week to complete your final project in Week 5. Your final research paper should be 1,500–2,000 words.
Your research paper should include the following:
- Your Introduction and Purpose of the study from your Unit 3 Individual Project
- Your Literature Review from your Unit 3 Discussion Board, adding your Unit 1 articles
- Your Methodology from the Unit 3 Individual Project
- Add your ethical considerations for the survey to your Methodology
- Add your measurement strategy to your Methodology
- Include a copy of the questionnaire or survey in the Methodology
- Provide your Data Analysis with survey results
- Data results should be provided in graphic form, making them user-friendly information
- Provide your Conclusion regarding the study. Be sure to tell how well you answered your research question, the status of your hypothesis (true/false), and the value of your survey results for your topic moving forward
Based on comments from your instructor and peers in Weeks 3 and 4, edit and refine any sections of the final research paper.
Prepare to present your survey results. Condense them from your research paper, and create 8–12 PowerPoint slides to present your survey results. The PowerPoint must include a graphic presentation of the data for each survey question, on separate slides.
- You can decide what to include on the 8–12 slides, as long as 5 slides depict results of the 5 survey questions. The other slides might include Introduction, Purpose, Methodology, Conclusions.