FX use cases
Here you will find tutorials for various foreign currency treasury management tasks
Enter foreign currency accounts payables & receivables via product templates
Users can enter new deals by re-using sample product templates. Regardless of which method is used, it is important user double check newly entered deals to ensure accuracy, errors and omissions at this stage may lead to spurious results later.
Batch upload of accounts payables & receivables in foreign currency
If you have hundreds of deals it makes sense to insert them more automated way: via spreadsheet template. Follow these steps in the video to import transactions using spreadsheets. TreasuryView™ will confirm a successful upload and the new deals will appear automatically in reporting. It is important users double check their newly entered deals to ensure accuracy. Errors and omissions at this stage may lead to spurious analysis and reporting later.
Adjust budget rate on a transaction level and track transaction profit & loss
Review upcoming payments and compare budget rate with hedging rates
Foreign currency exposure forecasting
Track foreign currency exposure profit & loss
Understand the impact of a cash flow hedged individually (1-by-1), versus the impact of a cashflow where the batch is hedged as a whole. Keen to understand what happens if some payments or whole future cash-flows are hedged vs doing nothing?
Report is a table or/and graph with consolidated deal information for active portfolio(s). There exist numerous customization options in order to calculate the result that meets your needs.
Receive updated FX forward prices
Updated prices can be monitored via Order blotter. Please note that trading happens outside our service offering, via voice or within your bank /broker digital service environment.