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International trade, currency risk management and the outlook for the pound
16 June, 15:30-16:10 BST
Currency exchange rates have always been a crucial topic for businesses trading internationally, and this is increasingly important in today’s economy.
In this session, Western Union Business Solutions will discuss the macroeconomic landscape as it relates to international trade. Highlighting the key events set to take place in coming months which have the ability to impact the market and the pound sterling.
To further support the understandings of these impacts on currency volatility, Western Union’s experts will discuss risk management strategies and how businesses can prepare themselves and put mitigation steps in place.
Topics of discussion will include:
George Vessey, FX & Macro Strategist;
George is responsible for researching and analysing financial markets and producing content to help Corporate and SME businesses manage their FX risk.
Alex Lawson, Director of Hedging, UK, Western Union Business Solutions
Alex and his team help advise our corporate customers on their strategies to manage and mitigate currency risk, as well as structuring hedging solutions to meet their needs.
Sterling’s 20% appreciation to $1.4000 underlined a number of positive developments recently. However, post-Brexit tensions with Ireland and Scottish elections now threaten the four-nation UK. In this report our FX & Macro Strategist, George Vessey, explains why the world’s sixth largest economy faces yet another critical moment in time.
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