The geopolitical shocks of 2016 saw businesses understandably concerned about how the new reality of resurgent economic nationalism might affect cross-border trade and capital flows. Yet as this article explains, there’s no need for overreaction.
Multinationals suffered the lowest currency losses since 2014, but currency volatility remains higher than 2013 and 2014.
Why corporates should consider the multi-currency virtual account (MCVA) - a bank-offered cash product which allows them to maintain foreign currency balances and affect cross-boarder transactions where a physical account doesn’t exist in the local currencies.
Uncertainty surrounding the UK’s exit terms from the EU is preventing businesses from being able to accurately hedge foreign-exchange risks.
Regional foreign exchange dealers have become more prevalent, while the top four have lost market share year-on-year.
With a minority UK government sending sterling south, this blog explains why the newly-published FX Code puts a global corporate’s risk management practices under the microscope.
The guidelines for best practice in the global foreign exchange markets attempts to rebuild trust after several of the big banks were fined for abuses.
Today sees the publication of set of global principles of good practice in the foreign exchange market.
Emerging markets offer “a world of opportunity”, but delegates at the recent ACT Conference heard from treasurers whose companies operate in regions such as Africa about the challenges they also present.
Lower commodity prices have dented the performance of many of the region’s currencies, but this shouldn’t prove too tough a challenge for companies seeking to establish a presence in Africa.