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Management of Foreign Currency Risks
Refers to the risk of loss arising out of non-availability of foreign currencies of the same amount and current in both assets and liabilities sides of balance sheet of a business enterprise…
Forward (Future-dated foreign currency trading contract)
Means a contract signed for purchase or sale of a foreign currency of a certain amount at a previously agreed upon price at a certain date of maturity. The parties thereto are under obligation to execute the predetermined transaction at the end of maturity regardless of the then-current market exchange rates.
Currency Exchange Transactions (Swap)
Means a transaction of exchange between two different foreign currencies through two transactions, one being spot and the other at the date of maturity…
Foreign Currency Options
Transactions which empower the option buyer to buy or sell a foreign currency of a certain amount at a previously agreed upon exchange rate and maturity against a premium paid in advance. The same option holds the option seller obliged to sell or buy the same foreign currency.
Management of Interest Risks
Refers to the risk of fluctuation in value of a financial asset or liability as the interest rates change in the meantime… Failure in avoidance of this risk leads to failure in exact measurement and calculation of costs arising out of debts or investments of firms.
Interest Swap Transactions
Interest Swap Transaction refers to exchange of all future interest payments for amounts and payment periods predetermined between bank and its customer.
Options bought by firms for a previously agreed upon and certain interest rate and cash flow against payment of a certain premium in advance in order to protect themselves against interest risk.