Hedge Trackers’ Helen Kane to Speak at Standard Chartered Bank’s Derivatives Seminar Miami

Hedge Trackers, a premier provider of hedge program management solutions for foreign currency, interest rate and commodity risk, has announced that CEO Helen Kane will speak at Standard Chartered Bank’s Derivatives Seminar scheduled for November 8th and 9th at The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach in Miami, Florida.

Kane will speak on Wednesday, November 8th at 3:45 p.m. and will provide banking professionals with advice on why, when and how to become early adopters of new derivative accounting guidance issued by FASB.

Kane is a widely recognized leader in the application of ASC 815 within corporate environments. She is a go-to source for members of the finance media seeking expert insight into hedging, markets and FX topics. Since launching Hedge Trackers in 2000, Kane has provided vision and leadership, underpinning the firm’s evolution into a premier provider of hedge program management software, consulting, outsourced derivative accounting and knowledge-transfer programs.

In addition to Kane’s session, the Derivatives Seminar will have a robust agenda of speakers who will discuss such topics as the economic outlook for 2017, foreign exchange strategy, risk management and trading techniques.

Learn more about Standard Chartered Bank here.

About Hedge Trackers, LLC

For more than a decade, Hedge Trackers’ globally compliant financial accounting and reporting services have empowered U.S. corporations and financial institutions to effectively and confidently hedge foreign currency, interest rate, and commodity risk. Hedge Trackers offers unparalleled derivative accounting capabilities, consulting services and software solutions, all underpinned by more than a decade of experience. The Silicon Valley-based company has set up successful hedge programs for hundreds of Fortune 100 to Fortune 1000 clients. For more information, visit the company at or follow Hedge Trackers on LinkedIn, Google+ and Twitter.

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