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Philips’ new FX risk management policy

As a big Dutch multinational, Philips is certainly not immune to the risks of global exchange rates. Fluctuations between different currencies have a significant impact on the incomes and financial statements of this diversified technology company. Hedging currency risks is done at group level and for the Group Treasury this represents a drastic operation.

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Hedging Accell Group’s active value chain

Accell Group is internationally active in the middle and higher segments of the market for bicycles, bicycle parts and accessories. Yearly, it sells around 1.7 million bikes in more than 70 countries. Being big and internationally active means that it’s important for Accell Group to hedge both interest rate risk and FX risk.

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IOM’s roadmap to an improved treasury

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) is the principal intergovernmental agency in the field of migration. Due to increasing migratory flows over the past decade, which have escalated in recent months, the organization realized that its treasury needed a transformation in order to continue supporting the organization and its cause.

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ELC’s journey towards streamlined European banking

Revitalizing European treasury at Estée Lauder

The Estée Lauder Companies (ELC) set out to change its European banking landscape and one of its first goals was to reduce its banking relationships in the EMEA region from 32 to two.

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Switch to standardization

GlobalCollect transfers to SWIFT Alliance Lite2 for Corporates

A transfer to a new system is usually a complicated and time-consuming process. This rings particularly true for a company like GlobalCollect, which processes hundreds of thousands of online transactions for banks all over the world on a daily basis. How did this payment service provider (PSP) tackle the complicated challenge of adopting SWIFT as its new system?

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