Given the enormous variety of national economies throughout the globe, the international financial scene is notoriously unstable. A majority of nations are now immersed in an industrialization and globalisation era. Since then, several novel financial tools, frameworks, and philosophies have emerged as a result. This necessitates specific research on the system’s operation and the instruments’ suitability for trend forecasting in light of the global context. Foreign Exchange Market, International Financial System, Eurocurrency Market, and their significance in today’s global corporate environment are just a few of the topics that are covered in depth and presented in an accessible manner in International Financial Management. Many aspects of international financial management are explored in International Financial Management. The book is structured as a self-instruction course, with each “Unit” consisting of an Introduction and a brief overview of the Unit’s objectives. The information is then laid out in a straightforward and organised manner. Students who have already attended basic economics and finance courses as well as those in MBA and are at senior-level undergraduate international finance and international business programmes will find this book helpful. Managers too can find this book useful as to be aware of the macroeconomic implications of worldwide financial events. Managers that have this kind of knowledge are better equipped to plan for the future and respond appropriately to anticipated changes in the economy.