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FX considerations

October 2017

Corporates who trade overseas are often exposed to the changing value of currencies. This can pose a risk to profitability and therefore management may look to identify a strategy, which will allow them to proactively manage the risk and protect their margins.

Our short video provides a high level introduction into approaching your foreign exchange management strategy. Obviously every business is different and your strategic objectives and industry segment may require specific solutions. Please speak to your usual Barclays relationship point or use our Contact us form if you would like to discuss your requirements in more detail.

Any views and commentary in this communication (together, “Views”) are general, short-term views of the Barclays Trading and/or Distribution desks (the “Authors”) and is not research produced by Barclays’ Research Department.

This presentation is for discussion purposes only and the Views are given as of the date hereof for information purposes only, are subject to change without notice and are not binding. The Views are not objective or independent of the interests of the Authors or other Barclays Trading and/or Distribution desks, who are active participants in the markets, investments or strategies referred to herein.

Although the statements of fact in this presentation have been obtained from and are based upon sources that Barclays believes to be reliable, Barclays does not guarantee their accuracy or completeness.