Currency hedging strategies help funds to mitigate currency volatility risk. Fund investors are becoming increasingly aware of this risk and are asking more questions about a fund’s currency hedging program. In addition, the execution, timing and capabilities around a currency hedging program can have a significant impact on the end investor’s implicit costs.
With this close scrutiny, funds need to consider the pros and cons of running an in-house program vs. using a service provider for currency hedging. Watch our latest video to explore these options and gain a better understanding of the benefits that an industry expert’s services can provide.
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