Managerial Finance


Accounting and Finance

Table Of Contents: Volume 32 Issue 2

The exchange rate exposure of UK nonfinancial companies: industry level analysis

Ahmed A. El‐Masry

Financial theory predicts that a change in an exchange rate should affect the value of a firm or an industry. To a large extent, past research has not supported this…

Corporate risk management in Hong Kong and Singapore

Elizabeth Sheedy

To better understand corporate risk management practice in Hong Kong and Singapore. To explore popular perception that use of derivatives in Hong Kong and Singapore lags…

The use of options in corporate risk management

Söhnke M. Bartram

This paper investigates the motivations and practice of nonfinancial firms with regard to using options in their risk management activities.

Derivatives use and risk management practices by UK nonfinancial companies

Ahmed A. El‐Masry

In the last two decades, a number of studies have examined the risk management practices within nonfinancial companies. For instance, some studies report on the use of…

Derivative usage by non‐financial firms in Sweden 1996 and 2003: what has changed?

Per Alkebäck, Niclas Hagelin, Bengt Pramborg

The purpose of this paper is to investigate Swedish non‐financial firms’ use of derivatives in 2003 and to compare the results with an earlier study investigating Swedish…

The sensitivity of US banks' stock returns to interest rate and exchange rate changes

Nathan Lael Joseph, Panayiotis Vezos

The purpose of this paper is to investigate the impact of foreign exchange and interest rate changes on US banks’ stock returns.



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