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Getting You to the Top: Part IV. Forward Contracts

Posted by Helen Kane

In a standard corporate hedge program, receivables, payables and intercompany balances (as well as other monetary assets/liabilities) have little influence on operating margin, as gain/loss is frequently reported as Other Income & Expense.

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Back-to-Back FX Hedging: Why To Do It, and What You Need

Posted by Sandra Koch

When it comes to foreign currency risk management, back-to-back hedging sits near the deep end of the pool. It’s an advanced strategy, but – fortunately – one that’s not out of reach for most corporate Treasury departments. Here’s why.

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Getting You To The Top: Part I. Exposure Collection

Posted by Helen Kane

This is a series of posts designed to give a top-line overview of the steps to establishing a balance sheet hedge program.

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Case Study: Implementing an FX Hedge Program & SaaS Deployment In Days

Posted by Jim Shepard

Here at Hedge Trackers, we’ve helped hundreds of companies establish foreign currency hedge programs. We’re proud of all of our engagements – particularly since no public company has ever been required to restate their earnings due to our derivative accounting or reporting practices.

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Gathering Your Global FX Exposures

Posted by Helen Kane

By combining exposures from multiple entities into a single number, corporations doing business internationally can save costs, save effort, minimize noise and gain a true understanding of their exposures to movement in FX.

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FX on the Front Page & in Your Bottom Line

Posted by Helen Kane

Global troubles cause currency volatility; they always have, they always will. Everything is connected. For corporations, that means risk — and that can be a bad thing.

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Foreign Exchange Resolutions in 2015: Three Things Corporations Need to Do to Minimize Risk

Posted by Carli Anderson

Such market volatility means one thing: It’s time for corporations to take a hard look at what can be done to manage their FX exposure. While the exact steps to be taken vary widely on a company-by-company basis, the following three recommendations should be taken universally.

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Corporate Splits & FX: Creating Opportunity out of Change

Posted by Helen Kane

One of 2014’s most significant corporate trends was the splitting of large public companies. Agilent Technologies, eBay, Hewlett-Packard, Symantec and more have (or will be) broken up into two new firms.

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