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Currency Derivatives

19 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.

Hybrids: Diversifying by unifying

Volatility is emerging as the norm for markets as analysts debate the interdependence of emerging markets and developed economies. Investors and risk managers who can gauge correlation between multiple asset classes correctly and unify them through hybrid products will find they are best prepared…

Currency Overlay

The much-elevated volatility level of the foreign exchange spot prices and a near-seizure of the foreign exchange forward and swap market at the height of the global financial crisis seem a distant memory for some, but many investors may be feeling distinctly uneasy about the currency risk in their…

Regulating the renminbi

The last decade has seen a relaxation of rules regarding RMB services. DBS Bank’s senior vice president and head of complex hybrid products, Anthony Cheng, guides us through the regulatory history of RMB business across Asia and outlines investment opportunities.

Finding Safe Harbour

As regional banks cautiously develop currency markets and sovereign risk threatens global market stability, Société Générale explains why going back to basics is a sound strategy.