Structured euro deposit adds cash as it hedges

Problem: A European importer has US dollar payables, and the treasurer of this euro cash-rich company has just received the green light to start a two-year FX hedging programme. Moreover, with current euro interest rates remaining at these unattractively low levels, the treasurer is looking for an alternative medium-term strategy that will enhance the rate of return on the company’s cash position.

Solution: As an alternative to the classic FX hedge, the client may enter into a euro-denominated

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