Managing Currency Risk
Protecting your cash flows, offering certainty of future payments and creating a formal approach to hedging reduces risk in volatile markets.Talk to a Specialist
Corporate FX Services
Your dedicated FX Specialist will work with you to help you build a strategy that offers you security against market fluctuations whilst leaving enough flexibility to take advantage of favourable changes.
This enables you to take advantage of market movements through our spot, forward or market order transactions. This way you know your bottom line is safe and you have control of your budgeting.
Our specialists are not just FX dealers – they understand the impact of your FX strategy on your business’ costed levels and gross margins.
I am delighted to say Central FX recently exceeded our expectations when assisting us on a recent foreign exchange transaction for a client. Central FX advised us of deadlines and ensured that those deadlines were met as well as understanding our regulatory requirements. Central FX were efficient and informative and I would not hesitate to recommend your work to anyone looking for Foreign Exchange services.
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About Central FX
At Central FX, we have developed a proactive approach to help our clients manage all their foreign exchange requirements. By combining People and Platform, we can offer you a service led proposition that helps you to manage the goals and aspirations of your international trade.Read More
March in the Markets
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February in the Markets
Brexit continues to be the major story for the pound and the euro. Mid-February both currencies dipped low but have recovered to new highs at the end of the month supported by increasing expectations that a no-deal Brexit would be ruled out. Oil and Precious metals have both declined, and the risk appetite around Chinese PMI manufacturing has reinforced global…