The best-selling Euromoney Foreign Exchange and Treasury Management Handbook incorporates exclusive editorial by key players in the arena and includes a worldwide directory which lists global financial institutions, central banks, consultancy and advisory firms, treasury associations and regulatory bodies at the forefront of the FX and treasury management industry. This is an essential tool for all FX and treasury professionals.
Worldwide developments have continued to be a dominant influence on foreign exchange markets during 2012. The European debt crisis and the diverging global economic growth rates and recoveries continue to garner much attention from investors, traders, brokers and bankers alike.
In this year's handbook, these issues and more are discussed, analysed and advised upon by our editiorial board of industry experts.
· Managing corporate FX exposures: new paradigms and solutions · Mitigating FX risk in trade transactions · CNH as a toddler: the offshore renminbi in 2013 · The 'new normal' for emerging markets: 2013 FX market outlook and trends · Is regulation helping to push private wealth to Asia? · Focus on South Africa and key African markets: outlook for 2013 · The liquidity risk toolbox · Cash management in Africa – the need for efficient and integrated solutions for multinational · and international organisations · Why hasn't the Australian dollar declined despite softer commodity prices? · Early movers confirm: SEPA pays off! · Mean reversion in FX implied volatility · Liquidity matters: and is fragile
· Contains contributions from Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi, Bank Risk Advisors, Commerzbank, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Deutsche Bank, Ecobank, RBS, SS&C Technologies PTE, Standard Bank, Standard Chartered, AFP – The Association for Financial Professionals and European Payments Council (EPC).
· Includes a comprehensive directory of over 600 industry contacts from 110 countries.