Targeted hedging

Sponsored Statement

The last few years have seen an explosion in the use of the 'target' family of foreign exchange (FX) products. Target forwards were first introduced in mid-2005 in response to the specific hedging requirements of Asian clients. The need for liability managers to meet their budgeted FX rates without losing the entire hedge at a barrier FX rate (as with traditional knock-out forwards) was the driver for the development of target forwards.

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