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The Importance of Addressing Currency Risk in an International Portfolio

Jan 18, 2017 | By Claire Dissaux

In global investment portfolios throughout the world today, the proportion of investments denominated in currencies outside the base currency of the portfolio is currently at an all time high. As such, the exposure to foreign currency risk in global portfolios is greater than at any time in the history of investing.

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Passive Hedging

Passive Hedging

Hedging individual exposures. Aiming at eliminating currency risk.

Dynamic Hedging

Dynamic Hedging

Hedging individual exposures improving on a static hedge

Active Currency Overlay

Active Currency Overlay

Transforming existing exposures improving risk-adjusted returns

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Absolute Return

Unconstrained, aiming at achieving uncorrelated returns

News & Media

Wall Street Journal Podcast: Where is the U.S. Dollar Going?

July 6, 2017

Wall Street Journal Podcast: Where is the U.S. Dollar Going?

Moody's downgrades China: What the fund managers are saying

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Moody's downgrades China: What the fund managers are saying

FT Hard Currency Podcast: Smoking May, red-hot June

May 5, 2017

FT Hard Currency Podcast: Smoking May, red-hot June

MoneyBeat Podcast: The Changing Tides on the US Dollar Bet

March 30, 2017

MoneyBeat Podcast: The Changing Tides on the US Dollar Bet

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The Importance of Addressing Currency Risk in an International Portfolio

January 18, 2017

The Importance of Addressing Currency Risk in an International Portfolio