Currency Derivatives

27 white papers and resources

Risk Library offers a wide range of currency derivatives white paper, industry report and legal briefings which consider current issues, thinking and market conditions. A currency derivative is a legally binding agreement between two parties which gives the investor the right to buy or sell currency at a set price or exchange rate for a period of time in the future date.

EDM client case study: Managing SRI-ESG data

This case study reveals how Mirabaud Asset Management is using IHS Markit’s Enterprise Data Management (EDM) platform to establish a strong foundation for the its long-term SRI-ESG (socially-responsible / environmental, social and governance investing) strategy. This includes empowering Mirabaud’s…

Equity Life Cycle Management

The equity swaps market has an inefficient, labour-intensive, and manual T+N affirmation process – particularly during reset periods. Buy-side and sell-side participants face uncertainty around settlements, with delays identifying and fixing breaks in a timely manner. This video showcases a…

Next steps for MRM in South‑east Asia

Financial institutions across South‑east Asia face challenges assessing and measuring non-financial risks (NFRs) inherent in their business models, and are therefore concerned about regulatory scrutiny, transparency and the use of models within their businesses. SAS explores how financial…