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Steve Robinson

Independent Educator, Writer and Consultant, UK
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Steve Robinson was director of open executive programs at Henley Business School until the end of 2007. Previously he was with Ashridge Business School for 14 years, latterly as director of executive MBA programs. Robinson has designed and taught on a variety of management development and qualification programs in the United States, Europe, Asia, and Australia. He is the author of the Financial Times Handbook of Financial Management and is an external examiner at the Cass Business School, City University, London. He is now an independent educator, writer, and consultant working closely with Duke Corporate Education and with the Henley, Warwick, and Kingston Business Schools.


Articles by this Author

  • To Hedge or Not to Hedge
    by Steve Robinson
    Business has become increasingly international, and companies cannot ignore the impact of currency changes on cash flows, profitability, and their asset and liability position. No company is wholly immune—the cash received from exporting is affected by the relationship between the currency used by the customer to pay and the currency in which the cost of providing the product or service is denominated.Many commodity prices have been volatile,...

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