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An Introduction to Interest Rate Risk Management

Learn about managing interest rate risk in an uncertain market outlook. 

This 30-minute webinar will explore:

  • Key factors that influence a company’s approach to interest rate risk management.
  • Overview of interest rates and factors that influence the interest rate markets.  
  • Common strategies for managing interest rate exposures.

Repurchase Agreement (Repo) & Money Markets

Understand how Repo & Money Markets operate and how they can be used for cash, liquidity and collateral management.

This webinar will cover:

  • An introduction to the concept of Repo and its uses for corporate treasury teams.
  • How it can be used alongside other money market investments and bond portfolios.
  • Strategies for more efficient cash and collateral management, balancing risk and returns.

Risk Management in M&A

Learn about managing financial risks in an M&A transaction.

This webinar will cover:

  • Key points in managing market risks through an M&A transaction.
  • Dove-tailing risk management into the financing process.
  • Managing FX risk on the acquisition price.
  • Post-acquisition debt currency and hedging interest rate risk.

The Fundamentals of Carbon Trading

Understand the Fundamentals of Carbon Compliance Markets in just 30 minutes.

This webinar will cover:

  • The basics - what is an Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS), with examples.
  • An update on the current market. 
  • How carbon hedging can help your business to manage volatility.
  • Practical steps to aid adding carbon hedging to your treasury policy. 

An introduction to FX Options

This webinar explores FX options and structures. Topics covered include:

  • The basics - what are FX options and examples of option structures
  • How they compare to forwards
  • How to consider adding them to your hedging policy.

How to determine the ‘right’ currency mix of debt

With recent movements in interest rates and active central bank policies across major currencies, deciding on the currency mix of a company’s debt portfolio and how to hedge the balance sheet is becoming increasingly important for international companies.

This webinar explores:

  • What are the main factors that drive the currency mix of debt?
  • How does this tie in with net investment hedging, FX translation hedging or balance sheet hedging?
  • Real life examples and approaches

Introduction to FX execution methods

This 30 minute lesson outlines what Foreign Exchange (FX) execution methods are and how FX deals can be executed including the risks and benefits of each:

  • Risk Transfer
  • Market Orders
  • Limit Orders
  • Benchmark Orders
  • Algorithms

Our FX traders also talk about their practical experience with the various execution methods.

Objectives of FX Hedging

FX hedging can mean different things to different people, companies and stakeholders including reducing earnings volatility, achieving budget rates and providing a competitive advantage to name a view.  This webinar:

  1. Discusses the importance of having clear objectives in companies' FX risk management policies.
  2. Reviews some of the typical objectives and strategies that we see in practice including; resetting, rolling and layering.

Economic Data – What to watch, and when

Understanding macro-economic data can help you to manage near-term market risk and volatility, as well as understand external shocks; but with so much data available, understanding what to focus on, and when, can be a challenge.

This webinar explores:

  • Which releases are important and when?
  • How are they calculated?
  • What impact can they have on the market?

An Introduction to Commodities Risk Management

This webinar examines the wider range of risks and complexities facing treasury and risk management functions in light of recent commodities-related volatility. Topics covered include:

  • What is commodity risk?
  • Why commodity risk should be an important part of your risk management strategy
  • Ways to help manage this risk
  • Ten tips when considering commodity risk for competitive advantage

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