Discover Currency Exchange Insights for Uncertain Times

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Brexit has caused uncertain times for the foreign exchange market.

That shouldn’t be news to anyone, especially businesses – FX volatility in the wake of Brexit has caused increasing uncertainty, as well as complex challenges around mitigating risk to a company’s bottom line.

But what is big news is how XE can help.

That’s why we’re releasing the Uncertain Times – the Brexit special edition ‘newspaper’ full of everything you need to start managing your risk exposure more effectively. Full of expert views, insightful guidance and a big dose of pointed wit, Uncertain Times could be the start of your journey towards FX confidence.

And it’s yours to read below.

At XE, we work with businesses to reduce the risk of FX turbulence on profit margins with bespoke solutions and strategies. Our easy-to-use online international payments platform provides access to competitive rates and a variety of currency tools.

What’s more, our paper is an ideal companion piece to our new, hour-long masterclass webinar: Effective FX Risk Management which kicks off on Thursday 23rd May at 11.00am (BST).

The webinar will be hosted by John Freeme, XE's Head of Relationship Management. This particular webinar is best suited for the UK market.

John will help attendees to get a better understanding of:

  • Risk identification and quantification
  • FX strategies and implementation
  • XE’s range of solutions to protect your net profit

Register here for the webinar.

So, if you’re uncertain about how to cope with volatile currency exchange rates, check out Uncertain Times from XE below – the digital ‘newspaper’ that can help to restore calm to Brexit chaos.

Please contact us for more info about your international payments, or click here to register and save now.

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