This training course places particular emphasis on international monetary interactions when examining the subject of financial economics. It investigates the process of financial decision making that has global implications. Nowadays, the global economy is undergoing a capricious era and volatile business conditions rendering the decision-making process more laborious and more complicated than before. The way of making financial decisions have been affected by several influential factors, such as international differences in governance quality, political risk, exchange risk, taxation, and regulation. The course aims to assist professionals in achieving success and advance their understanding of corporate finance by providing them with invaluable knowledge of these global complexities. Participants will be introduced to strategic financial decisions encountered by businesses today in the context of international finance. Attendees will explore perspectives different from current frameworks and methods, allowing them to transcend their regional or national boundaries by studying advanced real-life scenarios from all over the world.