Hedgebook’s white-labelled SaaS treasury platform bridges the gap between FX sales desks and their clients. Removing the guesswork and risks associated with manual processes, it provides shared visibility into hedged positions and facilitates constructive discussions to drive increased hedging activity and unlock new sales opportunities.
Hedgebook’s sophisticated FX Exposure Tool allows banks and brokers and their clients to capture, view and understand complex options structures and model different outcomes based on moving exchange rates.
Build deeper engagement to uncover opportunities and increase hedging activity.
Deliver tailored hedging strategies and insights to drive impactful hedging decisions.
Help manage currency risk and compliance, enabling clients to focus on more rewarding initiatives.
Deliver tools and services to build client confidence and control of their hedging program.
Scale sales operations, streamline collaboration and serve more clients, more efficiently.
I can quickly upload a prospect’s positions and show the impact of their unhedged exposure. This creates a compelling call to action.
Hedgebook’s portfolio tool has improved my ability to identify restructure opportunities and the exposure tool helps deliver the information to the client quickly.
[Having access to Hedgebook’s charts and exposure tool] I estimate I can put 3-4 pitches together in the time it used to take to develop one.
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