2018-

Corporate Foreign Exchange Risk Management

Author(s): Lars Oxelheim, Alf Alviniussen and Håkan Jankensgård
Year: 2020Pages: 232Publisher: John Wiley & SonsCity: Hoboken, NJ
ISBN: 978-1-119-59890-9

Virtually any organisation active in the global economy is impacted by fluctuations in foreign exchange (FX or ForEx) markets. Managers need to understand this increasingly complex issue and measure their firm’s exposure to risk. Corporate Foreign Exchange Risk Management is an in-depth yet accessible guide on effective ForEx exposure management. Designed for professionals responsible for managing a profit & loss or balance sheet influenced by ForEx fluctuations, it enables risk managers to navigate the interconnected worlds of financial management and economics.


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Oxelheim, Lars, Alf Alviniussen and Håkan Jankensgård (2020), Corporate Foreign Exchange Risk Management.​ Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.

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