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Customized solutions to help you formulate and implement a foreign currency risk management program.
If your business imports/exports or has U.S. dollar denominated international transactions, it has exposure to exchange rate fluctuations. This creates currency risk that can have a negative impact on your company’s margins.
We have one of the largest foreign exchange trading desks in North America, so let us help you identify your exposure, measure your risk, and establish a Foreign Exchange (FX) strategy to help protect your business.
Fifth Third Bank was ranked #1 in EuroMoney’s 2010 FX Survey for overall client service in North and Latin America.
From the simplest spot trade to complex hedging strategies, our customized solutions can assist in managing your company’s currency risk.
Let us develop a foreign exchange strategy to help you protect profit margins that can be eroded by increasing costs.
We can help you put a hedge in place when competition uses currency weakness or strength to gain a cost advantage.
Fifth Third Bank FX Solutions
Foreign exchange is a part of every international transaction. Fifth Third Bank offers a range of customized solutions to help protect your hard-earned revenue while you focus on your core business. Our solutions include forward contracts, FX options, collars, participating forwards, MultiCurrency Accounts, and more.
Gain complete control of day-to-day trading activities with our online platforms.
With Fifth Third Bank, you’ll benefit from:
- One of the premier foreign trading networks in the U.S.
- Eight trading desks located throughout North America.
- Extensive and adept trade execution experience.
- Price competitive solutions from a team you can trust.
- Tailored research to meet your specific needs.
- Educational seminars to keep you abreast of the latest markets trends, accounting changes, and economic pressures.