Depiction Of Preference For Internationalization Of Finance Minds.

Solomon Arhin

Abstract


The evidence for both the local and international investors actions are believed to be linked to their preference for matters of international concern and the particular focus group of investors in question. These potential investors can be very diverse. This research study aims at depicting the responses of seventy-Two finance professionals who have worked for different international and local companies in Ghana.  It is a quantitative analysis which was done by the use of questionnaire to assess professionals mind on important areas of international finance specifically on exchange rate changes and its effect on multinational restructuring. The population for the study was the finance professionals working in the study area of Santasi where the study was conducted in Kumasi, and a simple random sampling method was adopted .A sample size of seventy-two Finance professionals were selected and asked to respond to the questionnaire independently.  The responses received were analyzed   through descriptive statistics in the form of percentages, mean score , standard deviation  statistical pie charts and line diagrams.  The results of the study indicate that greater number of the Finance professionals have high preference for international subjects on exchange rate and multinational restructuring. The study concluded that foreign financial factors are impinging on the performance of local firms. Based on the results, the study recommends that future researchers can organize training courses on exchange rate for local managers on what actions to take in case of unexpected changes in exchange rate to restructure their subsidiaries. 


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