Products & Services for Business

For small companies and multinational organisations alike, there are several ways to enjoy cost-efficiencies and manage risk when sending or receiving payments abroad.

Your account manager will take time to understand your needs and help you decide which option is right for your business. Our free daily market report subscription enables you to stay up to date with what’s happening in the FX market.

Spot Transactions

Currencies are exchanged on the spot, with the best exchange rate at the time.

Ideal if: a business payment is required urgently.

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Forward Contracts

Fix a rate up to two years ahead before sending or receiving currency. Hedge against exchange rate fluctuations and adverse market movements that can seriously affect the bottom line. Your business can still benefit from favourable movements if they happen.

Ideal if: clients wish to reduce business risk.

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Limit Orders

Choose a rate that’s not yet available on the live market at which it’s preferable to exchange. We’ll keep a 24-hour watch on the market, Monday to Friday, maximising the opportunity to achieve the desired rate. If and when it becomes available, we’ll automatically purchase the currency on our client’s behalf.

Ideal if: there are no business payment deadlines.

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STOP Losses Strategies

A stop loss triggers when the market drops to undesirable levels to protect you against the rate continuing to fall. If the market improves, the stop loss won’t trigger and we will adjust it to more desirable levels.

Ideal if: clients wish to make informed payment instructions when the markets are in a favourable position.

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Development of execution policy and implementation

We have devised a strategic risk management tool that allows businesses to outsource their treasury function with adequate control mechanisms.

Ideal if: clients want more control through having complete transparency, and time to grow their business.

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