In a time of unprecedented uncertainty Hedgebook brings credible, fact-based, accuracy to the predictions and decisions you’re making. In managing your FX risk you need to know more than just the exposures, cashflows and hedges. You need independent valuations. In fact, you need the exact valuation, mark-to-market or fair value. And you need it now.
But that’s not all. Hedgebook’s in-built sensitivity reporting lets you understand the impact of moving exchange rates. You can now predict the outcome of market movement with greater accuracy and manage more effectively within your policy limits. It makes Hedgebook, deservedly, one of the most comprehensive, yet cost-effective, TMS on the market.
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