MB701 – International Management of Finance – 21S1A

Multi-Hardware Plc is a UK listed company that manufactures and sell high quality building materials
to various customers, both corporate and individuals within the domestic market. Recent
unfavourable events have meant that the directors must rethink the company’s strategic position
within the market in order to survive competition from within the UK and from foreign competitors.
In the last six years, company has enjoyed success in sales, profitability, increased share price and
dividend pay-outs due to less competition in the UK market.
In 2020, the UK government lifted the ban on foreign competition in the UK hardware market
resulting in an increased competition from European Union, India and China. As a result of this,
there is a huge influx of both quality and cheap building materials from the European Union, India
and China which has now brought business to a tragic head. Both the share price and profitability
have been on the decline for the first time in the history of Multi-Hardware Plc. In the last 6 months,
gross profit has declined by 50% over the same period last year and the trend is expected to
continue into the foreseeable future if no serious robust action is taken to reposition itself in the
hardware market.
At the last strategic meeting of the Board of Directors, it was decided that the way forward is to
extend its trading business internationally using two investment options below.
Module code
and title:
MB701 – International
Management of Finance –
21S1A
Module leader:
Assignment
No. and type:
CW1: Coursework (2,500 words) Assessment
weighting:
40%
Submission
time and date:
6th April 2022 – Before 2pm UK
Time
Target feedback
time and date:
29th April 2022
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Option 1:
Relocating the production plant to India where the cost of labour is a third of that of the United
Kingdom. The products from India will then be sold both in the local market and abroad. The
lower cost of sales and access to foreign market as well as UK market meant that the
company could increase profitability and maintain their competitive position.
1. Continue production in the UK but investing further in plant and machinery that can produce
both high quality products as before, and produce cheap products to compete with the foreign
competitors who sell cheap products mainly in the UK market.
The directors recognise that if they do trade abroad, they may have to use appropriate financial
instruments to protect their investments against foreign exchange risks.
Adopting any of the above options will involve a huge investment in capital. Assume that both
projects have a positive Net Present Value.
Required:
1. Critically discuss THREE investment appraisal methods that can be used by Multi-Hardware
Plc to arrive at the decision to invest in any of the two options above. You may use assumed
figures for illustration. (30 marks).
2. Discuss in detail, THREE methods that can be adopted by Multi-Hardware Plc in protecting
their investments abroad against foreign exchange risks. (30 marks).
3. Critically discuss, giving real examples, the Strategic, Financial, Ethical and the regulatory
implications of relocating the manufacturing plant to India. (30 marks).
4. Note that marks will be awarded for Structure. Structure includes the orderly presentation of
relevant material and the extent of research evidenced by the appropriateness and adequacy
of in-text referencing and bibliography. There must be a Cover Page and Contents Page,
paragraphs of Introduction and conclusion and pages must be numbered. (10 marks).
This assignment has been designed to provide you with an opportunity to demonstrate your
achievement of the following module learning outcomes:
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LO:1 Critically review the methods available to a company to establish itself and trade successfully in the
international market.
LO:2. Evaluate and compare the financial instruments used by multinational corporations to minimise risk
and maximise shareholder returns
Task requirements:
From your report you will obtain marks for the following:
1. Identification of three investment appraisal options (definitions, explanations,
illustrations, benefits and the shortcomings). You will be required to make up your
own figures and use that as an illustration. (10 marks for each option discussed,
max 30 marks).
2. Identification, definitions, explanations, illustration, benefits and problems of using
any three of the methods for protecting a company against foreign exchange risks.
(10 marks for each option discussed, max 30 marks).
3. For each of the options given in the case study, you are required to discuss in detail,
the implications of the factors listed, giving specific recent examples. (7.5 marks for
each off the impacts fully discussed, Max 30 marks).
All discussions must make reference to Multi-Hardware Plc and specific examples
from relocation to India.
4. Note that marks will be awarded for Structure. Structure includes the orderly presentation of
relevant material and the extent of research evidenced by the appropriateness and adequacy of intext referencing and bibliography. There must be a Cover Page and Contents Page, paragraphs of
Introduction and conclusion and pages must be numbered. (10 marks)
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Referencing and research requirements
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Fit to Submit: Assignment Checklist
Assessment Criteria Academic Year 2021-22
Internal Approval: Emmanuel Ntim
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L7 Fail Fail Threshold Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass
Grade Band 0-34 (F) –
Fail
35-39 E –
Marginal fail
40-49 (D) 50-59 (C) 60-69 (B) 70-79 (A) 80-100 (A+)
Grading Categories Not successful Below required
standard
Satisfactory Good Very Good Excellent Outstanding
Knowledge and
understanding (30%)
• Depth of
knowledge and
understanding
• Engagement with
subject-specific
theories,
paradigms,
concepts and
principles
• Background
investigation,
analysis,
research, enquiry
and/or study
• The work
demonstrates
Limited or no
systematic and
deep
understanding
of investment
appraisal
techniques used
to determine
the viability of
an investment
opportunities.
Limited
understanding
of the decisionmaking criteria
by the Chief
Financial officer.
• Lack of or
limited
understanding
of the methods
• The work
demonstrates:
Insufficient
systematic and
deep
understanding
of investment
appraisal
techniques used
to determine
the viability of
an investment
opportunities.
Limited
understanding
of the decisionmaking criteria
by the Chief
Financial officer.
• Lack of or
limited
understanding
of the methods
• The work
demonstrates:
Sufficient
systematic and
deep
understanding
of investment
appraisal
techniques used
to determine
the viability of
an investment
opportunities.
Sufficient
systematic
understanding
of the decisionmaking criteria
by the Chief
Financial
officer.
• Sufficient
systematic
• The work
demonstrates:
Sound breadth
and depth of
systematic and
deep
understanding
of investment
appraisal
techniques used
to determine
the viability of
an investment
opportunities.
Sound breadth
understanding
of the decisionmaking criteria
by the Chief
Financial
officer.
• Sound
understanding
• The work
demonstrates:
Refined
systematic and
deep
understanding
of investment
appraisal
techniques used
to determine
the viability of
an investment
opportunities.
Deep
understanding
of the decisionmaking criteria
by the Chief
Financial
officer.
• Deep
understanding
of the methods
• The work
demonstrates:
Highly
accomplished
systematic and
deep
understanding
of investment
appraisal
techniques used
to determine
the viability of
an investment
opportunities.
Highly
accomplished
understanding
of the decisionmaking criteria
by the Chief
Financial
officer.
• The work
demonstrates:
Exceptional
systematic and
deep
understanding
of investment
appraisal
techniques used
to determine
the viability of
an investment
opportunities.
Exceptional
systematic
understanding
of the decision
making criteria
by the Chief
Financial
officer.
• Exceptional
systematic
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used by the
chief financial
manager to
protect a
multinational
corporation’s
investment
against foreign
exchange risk.
• Limited ability
to apply
relevant factors
to determine
the implications
of the financial
managers
decisions
relating to
investment and
management of
finance within a
multinational
organisation.
used by the
chief financial
manager to
protect a
multinational
corporation’s
investment
against foreign
exchange risk.
• Limited ability
to apply
relevant factors
to determine
the implications
of the financial
managers
decisions
relating to
investment and
management of
finance within a
multinational
organisation.
understanding
of the methods
used by the
chief financial
manager to
protect a
multinational
corporation’s
investment
against foreign
exchange risk.
• Sufficient
systematic
ability to apply
relevant factors
to determine
the implications
of the financial
managers
decisions
relating to
investment and
management of
finance within a
multinational
organisation.
of the methods
used by the
chief financial
manager to
protect a
multinational
corporation’s
investment
against foreign
exchange risk.
• Sound ability to
apply relevant
factors to
determine the
implications of
the financial
managers
decisions
relating to
investment and
management of
finance within a
multinational
organisation.
used by the
chief financial
manager to
protect a
multinational
corporation’s
investment
against foreign
exchange risk.
• Deep and
refined ability
to apply
relevant factors
to determine
the implications
of the financial
managers
decisions
relating to
investment and
management of
finance within a
multinational
organisation.
• Highly
accomplished
understanding
of the methods
used by the
chief financial
manager to
protect a
multinational
corporation’s
investment
against foreign
exchange risk.
• Highly
accomplished
ability to apply
relevant factors
to determine
the implications
of the financial
managers
decisions
relating to
investment and
management of
finance within a
multinational
organisation.

understanding
of the methods
used by the
chief financial
manager to
protect a
multinational
corporation’s
investment
against foreign
exchange risk.
• Exceptional
systematic
ability to apply
relevant factors
to determine
the implications
of the financial
managers
decisions
relating to
investment and
management of
finance within a
multinational
organisation.
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Analysis and
criticality
30%
This should include
evidence of:
• Analysis and
criticality (Key
indicators for
analysis and
criticality)
• Logic and
argument
• Use and range of
independently
selected sources
• Analysis and
synthesis
• Analytical
reflection
• Problem-solving
and decision
making
• Organisation and
communication
of ideas and
evidence
• Creativity
The work
demonstrates
limited or no
originality in the
application of
investment appraisal
techniques used by
a multinational to
choose the best
investment option.
A limited or no
conceptual of
foreign exchange
risks and how to
minimise the risks.
Limited or no
appropriate
discussion on the
financial, strategic,
environmental or
ethical implications
of the financial
managers specific
investment
decisions.
Few relevant and
appropriate sources
used with few if any
scholarly reviews
and primary sources
representing the
forefront of the
discipline.
The work
demonstrates an
insufficient
originality in the
application of
investment appraisal
techniques used by
a multinational to
choose the best
investment option.
A partial conceptual
understanding of
foreign exchange
risks and how to
minimise the risks.
Partial discussion of
the financial,
strategic,
environmental or
ethical implications
of the financial
managers specific
investment
decisions.
Use of a limited
range of relevant
and appropriate
sources, including
some scholarly
reviews and primary
sources
representing the
forefront of the
discipline.
The work
demonstrates
sufficient originality
in the application of
investment
appraisal techniques
used by a
multinational to
choose the best
investment option.
A sufficient
conceptual
understanding of
foreign exchange
risks and how to
minimise the risks.
Sufficient discussion
of the financial,
strategic,
environmental or
ethical implications
of the financial
managers specific
investment
decisions.
Use of a sufficient
range of relevant
and appropriate
sources, including
scholarly reviews
and primary sources
representing the
forefront of the
discipline.
The work
demonstrates
originality in the
application of
investment
appraisal techniques
used by a
multinational to
choose the best
investment option.
Use of a sound
range of conceptual
understanding of
foreign exchange
risks and how to
minimise the risks.
Sound conceptual
understanding and
discussion of the
financial, strategic,
environmental or
ethical implications
of the financial
managers specific
investment
decisions.
The work
demonstrates
originality in the
application of
knowledge, together
with a sophisticated
practical
understanding of
investment
appraisal techniques
used by a
multinational to
choose the best
investment option.
A sound conceptual
understanding of
foreign exchange
risks and how to
minimise the risks.
Sound conceptual
understanding and
discussion of the
financial, strategic,
environmental or
ethical implications
of the financial
managers specific
investment
decisions; • develop
sophisticated
critiques and, where
appropriate propose
new hypotheses Use
of a sophisticated
range of relevant
and appropriate
The work
demonstrates
originality in the
application of
knowledge, together
with a highly
accomplished
practical
understanding of
investment
appraisal techniques
used by a
multinational to
choose the best
investment option.
A highly
accomplished
conceptual
understanding is
evident such that
the work provides
evidence of the
ability to critically
evaluate foreign
exchange risks and
how to minimise the
risks.
A highly
accomplished
conceptual
understanding is
evident such that
the work provides
evidence of the
ability to critically
evaluate financial,
The work
demonstrates
originality in the
application of
knowledge, together
with an exceptional
practical
understanding of
investment
appraisal techniques
used by a
multinational to
choose the best
investment option.
A highly
accomplished
conceptual
understanding is
evident such that
the work provides
evidence of the
ability to critically
evaluate foreign
exchange risks and
how to minimise the
risks.
A highly innovative
accomplished and
innovative and
ability to critically
evaluate financial,
strategic,
environmental or
ethical implications
of the financial
managers specific
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sources, including
scholarly reviews
and primary sources
representing the
forefront of the
discipline.
strategic,
environmental or
ethical implications
of the financial
managers specific
investment
decisions;
• develop highly
accomplished
critiques and, where
appropriate propose
new hypotheses Use
of a highly
accomplished range
of relevant and
appropriate sources,
including scholarly
reviews and primary
sources always
representing the
forefront of the
discipline.
investment
decisions;
• develop
exceptional critiques
and, where
appropriate propose
new hypotheses Use
of an exceptional
range of relevant
and appropriate
sources, including
scholarly reviews
and primary sources
always representing
the forefront of the
discipline
Application and
Practice
25%
This should include
evidence of:
• Development
and/or
application
discipline-specific
specialist skills •
Accuracy,
coordination and
proficiency in
completion of
Work demonstrates:
Limited or no ability
to deal with complex
analysis and of data
to make conclusions
as well as being able
to relate data in
making conclusions
on the FMs
decisions.
A limited or no
ability to develop
solutions to
demonstrating little
Work demonstrates:
Insufficient ability to
ability to deal with
ability to deal with
complex analysis
and of data to make
conclusions as well
as being able to
relate data in
making conclusions
on the FMs
decisions.
A partially evidenced
ability to develop
Work demonstrates:
sufficient ability to
deal with complex
ability to deal with
complex analysis
and of data to make
conclusions as well
as being able to
relate data in
making conclusions
on the FMs
decisions.
; A sufficient ability
to develop solutions
Work demonstrates:
Well-developed
ability to deal with
complex ability to
deal with complex
analysis and of data
to make conclusions
as well as being able
to relate data in
making conclusions
on the FMs
decisions.
; A well-developed
ability to develop
Work demonstrates:
Sophisticated ability
to deal with
complex ability to
deal with complex
analysis and of data
to make conclusions
as well as being able
to relate data in
making conclusions
on the FMs
decisions.
; A sophisticated
ability to develop
Work demonstrates:
Highly accomplished
ability to deal with
complex ability to
deal with complex
analysis and of data
to make conclusions
as well as being able
to relate data in
making conclusions
on the FMs
decisions.
A highly
accomplished ability
Work demonstrates:
Exceptional ability
to deal with
complex ability to
deal with complex
analysis and of data
to make conclusions
as well as being able
to relate data in
making conclusions
on the FMs
decisions.
An exceptional
ability to develop
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practical tasks/
processes •
Technical,
creative and/or
artistic skills •
Presentation of
research findings
and use of data
self-direction and
originality
solutions to
problems and
autonomously plan
and implement tasks
at a professional or
equivalent level,
demonstrating some
self-direction and
originality
to problems and
autonomously plan
and implement tasks
at a professional or
equivalent level,
demonstrating
acceptable
selfdirection and
originality
solutions to
problems and
autonomously plan
and implement tasks
at a professional or
equivalent level,
demonstrating
consistent self
direction and
originality.
solutions to
problems and
autonomously plan
and implement tasks
at a professional or
equivalent level,
demonstrating
sophisticated and
consistent selfdirection and
originality
to develop solutions
to problems and
autonomously plan
and implement tasks
at a professional or
equivalent level,
demonstrating
highly accomplished
and sustained selfdirection and
originality.
solutions to
problems and
autonomously plan
and implement tasks
at a professional or
equivalent level,
demonstrating
exceptional and
unfailingly sustained
self-direction and
originality.
Transferable skills
5%
This should include
evidence of:
• Written, verbal
and electronic
communication.
• Numeracy and
digital literacy
• Teamwork and
leadership skills
• Personal
motivation,
organisation and
time
management
• Personal
development /
reflection on own
work
Work demonstrates
limited or no ability
to: -identify,
evaluate and
maintain capabilities
and qualities
including relevant
numeracy, digital
literacy, oral and
written
communication skills
to support effective
communication in a
range of complex
and specialised
contexts. -work
effectively with
others in relation to
a team effort as a
leader or member,
clarifying tasks and
Work demonstrates
an insufficient ability
to: -identify,
evaluate and
maintain capabilities
and qualities
including relevant
numeracy, digital
literacy, oral and
written
communication skills
to support effective
communication in a
range of complex
and specialised
contexts. -work
effectively with
others in relation to
a team effort as a
leader or member,
clarifying tasks and
Work demonstrates
a sufficient ability
to: -identify,
evaluate and
maintain capabilities
and qualities
including relevant
numeracy, digital
literacy, oral and
written
communication
skills to support
effective
communication in a
range of complex
and specialised
contexts -work
effectively with
others in relation to
a team effort as a
leader or member,
Work demonstrates
a consistent and
confident ability to:
-identify, evaluate
and maintain
capabilities and
qualities including
relevant numeracy,
digital literacy, oral
and written
communication
skills to support
effective
communication in a
range of complex
and specialised
contexts -work
effectively with
others in relation to
a team effort as a
leader or member,
Work demonstrates
a highly proficient
ability to: -identify,
evaluate and
maintain capabilities
and qualities
including relevant
numeracy, digital
literacy, oral and
written
communication
skills to support
effective
communication in a
range of complex
and specialised
contexts -work
effectively with
others in relation to
a team effort as a
leader or member,
Work demonstrates
a highly
accomplished ability
to: -identify,
evaluate and
maintain capabilities
and qualities
including relevant
numeracy, digital
literacy, oral and
written
communication
skills to support
effective
communication in a
range of complex
and specialised
contexts -work
effectively with
others in relation to
a team effort as a
Work demonstrates
an exceptional
ability to: -identify,
evaluate and
maintain capabilities
and qualities
including relevant
numeracy, digital
literacy, oral and
written
communication
skills to support
effective
communication in a
range of complex
and specialised
contexts -work
effectively with
others in relation to
a team effort as a
leader or member,
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• Capacity to work
within a
framework of
professional
values/code of
conduct as well as
addressing
sustainability
(environmental,
economic and
personal) and
social & ethical
considerations in
their work.
making appropriate
use of the capacities
of team members,
resolving likely
conflict situations
before they arise –
manage their
learning and work
and accessing
support within
professional or given
guidelines accepting
full accountability
for outcomes – act
with Initiative in
decision-making to
take full
responsibility for
achieving personal
and/or group
outcomes and/or
outputs -reflect on
own work and
recognise own
strengths and
weaknesses in
relation to
postgraduate
employment and/or
other planned ‘next
steps’
postgraduation –
identify specified
and externally
defined parameters
(e.g. professional
making appropriate
use of the capacities
of team members,
resolving likely
conflict situations
before they arise –
manage their
learning and work
and accessing
support within
professional or given
guidelines accepting
full accountability
for outcomes -act
with Initiative in
decision-making to
take full
responsibility for
achieving personal
and/or group
outcomes and/or
outputs -reflect on
own work and
recognise own
strengths and
weaknesses in
relation to
postgraduate
employment and/or
other planned ‘next
steps’
postgraduation –
identify specified
and externally
defined parameters
(e.g. professional
clarifying tasks and
making appropriate
use of the capacities
of team members,
resolving likely
conflict situations
before they arise –
manage their
learning and work
and accessing
support within
professional or
given guidelines
accepting full
accountability for
outcomes – act with
Initiative in decisionmaking to take full
responsibility for
achieving personal
and/or group
outcomes and/or
outputs -reflect on
own work and
recognise own
strengths and
weaknesses in
relation to
postgraduate
employment and/or
other planned ‘next
steps’ postgraduation – identify
specified and
externally defined
parameters (e.g.
clarifying tasks and
making appropriate
use of the capacities
of team members,
resolving likely
conflict situations
before they arise –
manage their
learning and work
and accessing
support within
professional or
given guidelines
accepting full
accountability for
outcomes – act with
Initiative in decisionmaking to take full
responsibility for
achieving personal
and/or group
outcomes and/or
outputs -reflect on
own work and
recognise own
strengths and
weaknesses in
relation to
postgraduate
employment and/or
other planned ‘next
steps’ postgraduation – identify
specified and
externally defined
parameters (e.g.
clarifying tasks and
making appropriate
use of the capacities
of team members,
resolving likely
conflict situations
before they arise –
manage their
learning and work
and accessing
support within
professional or
given guidelines
accepting full
accountability for
outcomes – act with
Initiative in decisionmaking to take full
responsibility for
achieving personal
and/or group
outcomes and/or
outputs -reflect on
own work and
recognise own
strengths and
weaknesses in
relation to
postgraduate
employment and/or
other planned ‘next
steps’ postgraduation – identify
specified and
externally defined
parameters (e.g.
leader or member,
clarifying tasks and
making appropriate
use of the capacities
of team members,
resolving likely
conflict situations
before they arise –
manage their
learning and work
and accessing
support within
professional or
given guidelines
accepting full
accountability for
outcomes – act with
Initiative in decisionmaking to take full
responsibility for
achieving personal
and/or group
outcomes and/or
outputs -reflect on
own work and
recognise own
strengths and
weaknesses in
relation to
postgraduate
employment and/or
other planned ‘next
steps’ postgraduation – identify
specified and
externally defined
clarifying tasks and
making appropriate
use of the capacities
of team members,
resolving likely
conflict situations
before they arise –
manage their
learning and work
and accessing
support within
professional or
given guidelines
accepting full
accountability for
outcomes – act with
Initiative in decisionmaking to take full
responsibility for
achieving personal
and/or group
outcomes and/or
outputs -reflect on
own work and
recognise own
strengths and
weaknesses in
relation to
postgraduate
employment and/or
other planned ‘next
steps’ postgraduation – identify
specified and
externally defined
parameters (e.g.
12
values and/or codes
of conduct) and
autonomously adapt
performance to
multiple contexts –
incorporate a critical
ethical dimension to
their practice,
managing the
implications of
ethical dilemmas
values and/or codes
of conduct) and
autonomously adapt
performance to
multiple contexts –
incorporate a critical
ethical dimension to
their practice,
managing the
implications of
ethical dilemmas.
professional values
and/or codes of
conduct) and
autonomously adapt
performance to
multiple contexts –
incorporate a critical
ethical dimension to
their practice,
managing the
implications of
ethical dilemmas.
professional values
and/or codes of
conduct) and
autonomously adapt
performance to
multiple contexts –
incorporate a critical
ethical dimension to
their practice,
managing the
implications of
ethical dilemma.
professional values
and/or codes of
conduct) and
autonomously adapt
performance to
multiple contexts –
incorporate a critical
ethical dimension to
their practice,
managing the
implications of
ethical dilemma
parameters (e.g.
professional values
and/or codes of
conduct) and
autonomously adapt
performance to
multiple contexts –
incorporate a critical
ethical dimension to
their practice,
managing the
implications of
ethical dilemmas
professional values
and/or codes of
conduct) and
autonomously adapt
performance to
multiple contexts –
incorporate a critical
ethical dimension to
their practice,
managing the
implications of
ethical dilemmas
Professional
Competencies
The work has not demonstrated
achievement of professional competencies
when assessed against the requirements of
a professional, statutory or regulatory body
(PSRB). The work has not demonstrated
adherence to the appropriate rules and/or
conventions set by regulators or the
industry.
The work has demonstrated achievement of professional competencies when assessed against the requirements
of a professional, statutory or regulatory body (PSRB). The work has demonstrated adherence to the appropriate
rules and/or conventions set by regulators or the industry

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