Advanced Foreign Exchange Risk Management
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This course will look at the three main types of FX risk, how to manage them and the importance of formulating an appropriate hedging policy suitable to your organisation’s specific needs. The contextual aspects of FX risk such as accounting and reporting will also be covered as well as how the use of a Treasury Management System can add value to your company.
Exercises and real life case studies are used to illustrate how FX risk management is applied in practice.
By the end of the course, you will:
- Understand the dynamics and drivers of different categories of FX risk, such as cash flow, intercompany lending, translational and balance sheet risk.
- Be able to develop an FX risk management program for different categories, especially to build an end-to-end operating model
- Learn how to make the most of a Treasury Management System in managing FX risk and streamline work flows
- Have knowledge of different ways of reporting FX, the pros and cons of each option and be able to guide your organisation in making a decision
- Be able to critically assess and review a corporate’s FX risk management policy
- Attendees will deepen their understanding of an area of Treasury Risk Management which is growing in importance as well as complexity.
- Delegates will learn how to put theory into practice, design a risk management program for different categories of FX risk and how to manage it on an on-going basis.
- Your company will benefit from operational rigour, best practice operations, and P/L predictability to their FX risk management process as well as be able to leverage your IT architecture.
Who should attend
- Treasury professionals who work on managing FX risk in an international corporate in a managerial role, as a dealer or in a control function.
- Finance Directors and Financial Controllers in an international corporate with significant FX exposure who wish to better understand the context and background of foreign exchange.