Complimentary Webcast: Best Practices in Foreign Exchange (FX) Management
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When: Wednesday, May 10, 2017
11:00 AM EST - duration 90 minutes
Contact: ICTF

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ICTF Complimentary Webcast: 
Best Practices in Foreign Exchange (FX) Management

*This webcast has been recorded.  Contact for digital replay.

Managing your FX exposure requires disciplined and prudent approach from an enterprise wide basis. Learn about the most effective FX management products, policies, control features and best practices.  Discuss the mechanics of the four step approach to FX risk management  – identifying the exposure; quantifying the risk; managing the risk, and evaluating the FX risk management program. Improve your FX management policies and practices based on the valuable guidelines that will be covered in this webinar!





Wes Seeger, Director – Bank of America, Merrill Lynch

Duncan Muil, Foreign Exchange and Interest Rate advisor Bank of America, Merrill Lynch



Duration:  90 Minutes

*This webcast has been recorded.  Contact for digital replay.


FREE for ICTF Members / Non-Members: $135


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*unlimited participants from the same location in a conference room setting - registration includes one telephone and web connection



Wes Seeger is a Foreign Exchange Advisor for BofAML, and is based in Charlotte NC.  Wes has 29 years experience in foreign exchange markets working with larger to medium sized companies focusing on assisting them in managing their currency risk.  Prior to joining BofAML in 2005, Wes worked for Swiss Bank Corporation, First National Bank of Chicago and ABN AMRO, also in a foreign exchange advisory role.  He holds a B.S. in Financial Management from Clemson University.


Duncan Muil is a Foreign Exchange and Interest Rate advisor based on Charlotte, NC. 6 years experience in the finance industry all of which at Bank of America. Graduate of the University of Michigan with a Bachelor of Science in Economics.






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