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Financial and Operational Risk Management at Molson Coors

Business & economics


by
Chuck Munson

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 20 pages

File size: 887 KB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

This new supply chain management case study illuminates financial risk management at top international brewer Molson Coors. Readers learn how the firm uses commodities trading and currency exchange hedging to mitigate risks, including risks associated with price spikes in barley, hops, aluminum, and energy. The authors take readers inside the Molson Coors’ internal committees for managing financial risk, showing how the company seeks to protect both supply chains and profitability. Throughout, this case study focuses on realistic issues and challenges, offering exceptional value to both students and practitioners. Authors: Dennis Kira, Ahmet Satir, Dia Bandaly, all from Concordia University.

This new supply chain management case study illuminates financial risk management at top international brewer Molson Coors. Readers learn how the firm uses commodities trading and currency exchange hedging to mitigate risks, including risks associated with price spikes in barley, hops, aluminum, and energy. The authors take readers inside the Molson Coors’ internal committees for managing financial risk, showing how the company seeks to protect both supply chains… (more)

This new supply chain management case study illuminates financial risk management at top international brewer Molson Coors. Readers learn how the firm uses commodities trading and currency exchange hedging to mitigate risks, including risks associated with price spikes in barley, hops, aluminum, and energy. The authors take readers inside the Molson Coors’ internal committees for managing financial risk, showing how the company seeks to protect both supply chains and profitability. Throughout, this case study focuses on realistic issues and challenges, offering exceptional value to both students and practitioners. Authors: Dennis Kira, Ahmet Satir, Dia Bandaly, all from Concordia University.

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