Corporate FX Specialists
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Managing Currency Risk
From the moment you register with Central FX, your dedicated FX Specialist will work with you to understand your business and develop a strategy to help mitigate risk.
Proactive in their approach, our dedicated FX Specialists will keep you abreast of relevant news, data and market movements.
With an ever-changing financial landscape, our FX Specialists will continue to review your strategy and help to implement changes where necessary.
By working together, we can help to add value to your business and reduce foreign exchange risk.
The guidance we received from Central FX has always been accurate, on our last deal with the rate being so high we bought a forward contract, resulting in a £12,000 saving compared to the rate we would have got once the contract matured
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About Central FX
When buying or selling currency, the timing and method of execution can have a considerable impact on profit margins, costed levels, future cash flows and external pricing. Choosing a knowledgeable partner who has your best interests at the forefront of any risk mitigation strategy will bring you clarity and comfort.
At Central FX, we have developed a proactive approach to help our clients manage all their foreign exchange requirements. By combining a personal service with the latest in international payments technology, we work hard to develop a strategy that meets the needs and goals of your business.Read More
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