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The Rising EURO- Showcases the Advantages of Hedge Accounting

Posted by Jim Shepard

The critical role of hedging global operations is rarely recognized. Read on as we examine the importance and how it can save your company’s earnings.   Currency movements – whether overnight surprises like the GBP’s free fall the morning after Brexit (the UK’s vote to withdraw from the EU) or the slow rise of the… read more

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New Hedge Accounting Guidance Prep Checkup

Posted by Glenn Suarez

The new FASB hedge accounting guidance will make hedge accounting a more attractive and flexible option for corporations and financial institutions.

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Explaining Variation in FX Forecast

Posted by Hedge Trackers

Hedge Trackers publishes both monthly and quarterly FX fluctuation rate charts to help provide potential explanation for variation in FX forecasting.

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Software Spotlight: Using the Copy Feature

Posted by Neil Mirakhur

Save time in CapellaFX by using the copy button in the trade window. This feature eliminates having to input data more than once.

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Hedge Trackers’ Solution to Manage Currency
and Accounting Risk

Posted by Jim Shepard

Hedge Trackers developed plan that mitigates currency risk without increasing accounting risk for a company needing to stop missing forecasts due to currency movements.

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Targeted Improvements to Hedge Accounting: Latest Update

Posted by Ruth Hardie

The FASB continues to fine-tune its improvements to hedge accounting rules, which are due for final release later this quarter with early adoption available at the start of a company’s fiscal year.

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Software Spotlight: How to Print Multiple Trade Tickets

Posted by Rebecca Judge

CapellaFX providers users with the ability to print multiple trade tickets at once.

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Hedging Balance Sheet Risk: Going From Good to Great

Posted by Jim Shepard

In some respects, Treasury has a dual burden where Balance Sheet hedging is concerned.

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More Good News from the FASB

Posted by Ruth Hardie

On February 15th, the FASB re-deliberated the previously proposed prohibition of returning to qualitative effectiveness testing after a change in facts and circumstances.

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