Our currency risk management solutions allow you to effectively manage the inherent currency risks of trading internationally. No matter the size of your business, our expertise and currency forecasts will help support you in making decisions to protect margins and improve budget forecasting.
We get to know your business, trade flows and risk appetite to create a currency risk management strategy that’s right for you.
Our hedging solutions allow you to manage currency risk in over 130 currencies and utilise forward contracts in the short, medium and long term, from 3 days upto 3 years.
Whether sending money to suppliers, paying invoices or receiving funds from subsidiaries or clients, your profit margins are protected from market volatility and you have a clear cash flow making budgeting easier.
What our clients are saying...
Working with Ebury has allowed us to achieve significant cost savings and brought us closer to our Chinese suppliers. Paying invoices in CNY is no more difficult than paying in US Dollars, and we’re secure in the knowledge that our risk is mitigated.
UK-based apparel retailer
When we transferred to an overseas supplier, our payments became exposed to currency fluctuations. Ebury has allowed us to manage our risk and minimise the impact it has on our business. It’s a relief to find such a reliable provider.
Ebury has helped us understand the currency markets alongside our particular exposure. We now have a set rate and comprehensive risk strategy backed up by expert market insight. All of this via a dedicated currency specialist who’s made the process as easy as possible.
UK-based food exporter
The hedging solutions from Ebury could not have come soon enough. The company was previously exposed to currency volatility beyond any of our expectations and it is a relief to finally find a stable and trustworthy currency services provider.
Renewable energy services business
Working with an emerging market currency is complex but wholly manageable if you choose the right financial provider. Ebury has enabled us to set our exchange rate so we are no longer at the mercy of market volatility.
Typesetting and prepress services business
Ebury’s currency services have refreshed our approach to international payments. We’re now able to access comprehensive risk management tools and save money in the process.
How our solution works
Risk consultation: As a client of Ebury, you have access to a dedicated dealer who will work with you to understand your business and build a currency risk management strategy.
Forward Contracts: We offer a range of forward contracts from fixed forwards to flexible window forwards to lock in your currency exchange rate for upto three years. You can also hedge your emerging market currency risk through our comprehensive range of non-deliverable forwards.
Market Orders: Working with your dealer, you can set the upper and lower limits on your currency exchange rates so you get the spot or forward contract at the rate you want. These are known as limit market and stop loss orders, and ensure you trade within the risk parameters you are happy with.
Market Insight: Our market analyst team provides daily, weekly and specialist currency reports to support you in making informed decisions. As a top ten Bloomberg forecaster in a number of currency pairs, you can trust us to create an effective fx risk management strategy.
Ebury Online: View your current and past trades as well as initiating drawdown and payments from your forwards online, to quickly and easily control your account. See more about Ebury Online.
Payment: When you have set your strategy, you can manage your forwards and initiate payment using our innovative payment infrastructure, ensuring your payments are fast and secure.
2016 has so far proven an exceptionally volatile year in the foreign exchange market, highlighting the considerable benefits to businesses and individuals of mitigating risk through hedging currency exposure. Hedging will allow you to...
Financial markets are volatile and the major currency pairs have seen more movement than some of the emerging market currencies. You generally have two options when it comes to forwards and whether a fixed or an open window forward contract is better for you depends on your drawdown requirements.
Non-deliverable forward contracts help you to protect your margins and manage the risk involved in receiving and making payments in currencies with trading restrictions, including non-convertible currencies.