Risk

What CFOs Need to Know to Master Foreign Exchange

What CFOs Need to Know to Master Foreign Exchange

No global company can escape currency volatility risk and every company needs an effective currency risk strategy. We look at five of the best foreign exchange management practices for CFOs.

Protect your Profits with Cash Flow Visibility & Risk Management

Protect your Profits with Cash Flow Visibility & Risk Management

FX volatility can negatively impact corporate earnings, leave the bottom line of a business in bad shape, and ultimately diminish shareholder value. How can corporates mitigate the problems caused volatility and turn it into opportunity?

4 Steps to help International Businesses Protect Profits

4 Steps to help International Businesses Protect Profits

In this e-book we'll cover 4 steps to help protect profits and position your business to avoid currency related losses while working across borders. 

The Trump effect: Can businesses hedge against the US-UK “special relationship”?

The Trump effect: Can businesses hedge against the US-UK “special relationship”?

As Trump gets a taste for bilateral trade with the U.K., we explore how corporates can gain from spikes in sterling against the dollar, while minimizing inevitable falls as Brexit negotiations bite.

Five Things The Markets Are Talking About: Monday January 30, 2017

Five Things The Markets Are Talking About: Monday January 30, 2017

It’s not campaign rhetoric any more – capital markets are facing heightened geopolitical and trade risks after U.S President Trump’s executed an executive order last Friday to halt the immigration process from seven predominantly Muslim nations.

Payments Perspectives: Volatility Weighing on Mexico’s Peso

Payments Perspectives: Volatility Weighing on Mexico’s Peso

In the weeks after the U.S. election, Mexico’s peso took a hit over uncertainty about the country’s relationship with key trade partners--especially its northern neighbor. This could be a good time for financial professionals at multinationals exposed to the peso to assess exchange rate risk as it relates to payments and transfer activity. We examine the currency’s recent volatility and offers suggestions to better manage payments in the face of these uncertainties.

Volatility Guide To International Payments and FX Risk Management

Volatility Guide To International Payments and FX Risk Management

This report will cover how to manage FX risks that come with international payments as well as best practices for choosing the right FX payment provider for your company.

Sterling for some, a pounding for others: Managing international payments post-Brexit

Sterling for some, a pounding for others:  Managing international payments post-Brexit

Following Brexit the pound has been anything but stable – a godsend for some but a nightmare for others. With this in mind we’ve taken a closer look at how treasury teams can manage their payments when dealing with the plummeting pound.

Managing Corporate Currency Risk: Lessons From Across The Organization

Managing Corporate Currency Risk: Lessons From Across The Organization

For companies, managing FX risk in a volatile marketplace is truly a team effort—one that requires effective collaboration across all levels of the organization. We analyzed the market and looked at key FX considerations and best practices across different teams and departments - from senior management to the many specialists working beyond the C-Suite.

Managing Corporate Currency Risk: The CFO’s Balancing Act

Managing Corporate Currency Risk: The CFO’s Balancing Act

Tasked with both controlling the effects of multi-currency volatility and keeping costs low, CFOs find themselves with a tricky balance to strike. We explore how to strike an FX harmony. 

Managing Corporate Currency Risk: How CEOs Lay the Foundation for Success

Managing Corporate Currency Risk: How CEOs Lay the Foundation for Success

CEOs are increasingly aware of the threat that persistent FX market volatility poses to revenues. The chief executive now has greater responsibility to embrace multi-currency risk and support FX management strategies brought forth by the CFO and other corporate treasury executives.