Is foreign currency volatility negatively impacting your company’s earnings?
If so, an unhedged balance sheet might be the culprit....

Complimentary Webinar
Thursday | June 20, 2019 | 2:00-3:00 p.m. ET

A properly designed balance sheet hedging program can help reduce the negative impact of foreign exchange volatility on your earnings and cash flows.  Foreign currency fluctuations are here to stay but there are ways to mitigate its impact on your profits.  

If revaluations of foreign denominated accounts receivable/payable are negatively impacting your earnings, then join PNC’s foreign exchange advisors as we explore strategies to better manage this risk. Topics will include:

  • Reasons to focus on balance sheet exposures
  • Defining and quantifying the risk
  • Pros and cons of various hedging solutions

Please join us for this complimentary presentation which will provide unique insights and best practices for today’s challenging foreign exchange environment. It will be followed by a Q&A session.

This seminar is approved for 1 CTP/CCM recertification credit by the Association for Financial Professionals Professionals.

Our Presenters:
Jordan Eburne, Managing Director, Foreign Exchange, PN
Jordan Eburne,
Managing Director,
Foreign Exchange, PNC

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Elizabeth Orlando, Associate Director, Foreign Exchange, PNC
Elizabeth Orlando,
Associate Director,
Foreign Exchange, PNC

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