When facing market volatility and uncertainty, it’s critical to have real-time visibility into your financial exposures and positions and make the best FX hedging decisions to protect profitability. Hedgebook’s easy-to-use SaaS treasury solution helps businesses manage financial risk, streamline compliance reporting and protect their bottom line.
Most importantly, Hedgebook can be implemented within 24 hours, with little effort. Our team of treasury and FX experts guide you through the set up process, doing the heavy lifting for you. Once onboard, you’ll quickly see why Hedgebook has retained 99% of clients.
The functionality of a larger TMS at a fraction of the price.
Eliminate human error and key person risk associated with using spreadsheets.
Spend less time processing data and more time on initiatives to drive value.
Intuitive tools do the complex calculations for you and deliver actionable insights.
Supports IFRS 9, CVA/DVA for IFRS 13, hedge accounting and sensitivity calculations for IFRS 7.
Hedgebook is more than just a valuation tool, it’s a day-to-day management tool helping engage the Board and the bank in a more meaningful way.
Hedgebook forms the basis of our monthly and quarterly management and board reporting. Hedgebook improves Xero’s processes...resulting in more effective hedging.
As a publicly listed company...Hedgebook gives us all the functionality we need to capture, value and report our treasury exposures and at a fraction of the cost.
The Hedgebook system is super easy to use and makes my job easier.
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