21 November 2019

The re-emergence of low FX volatility has again been met with a reduction in FX hedging, particularly from corporates. Due to a consistent lack of volatility, there has been some reluctance to pay to reduce it, despite the potential for market turbulence. James Wood-Collins, CEO at Record Currency Management, notes how investors such as pensions funds tend to take a longer-term, more strategic approach – one which accommodates these volatility cycles.

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