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  • What is FX Risk?

    FX risk, or foreign exchange risk, is the exposure a company faces due to fluctuations in currency exchange rates. It arises when transactions occur in different currencies, impacting earnings and financial stability. Effective FX risk management is crucial for businesses engaging in international trade or having operations across borders. Unmanaged FX risk can lead to […]

  • The Benefits and Drawbacks of Constant Currency Reporting

    To portray their businesses in the most favorable light to investors, many corporate organizations grapple with the question of whether to employ constant currency reporting. This approach can be divisive; while some staunchly advocate for it, others oppose it.  However, many major global enterprises embrace constant currency reporting, recognizing its value as a tool that […]

  • Top 2 Challenges of Hedging Net Income with Proxy Hedges

    With foreign functional subsidiaries, hedging net income is difficult to do. But here’s how it can be done with a proxy hedge.

  • How to Record Foreign Currency Transactions (& Identify FX Exposure)

    In this blog, we explain three steps (with examples) to properly recording foreign currency transactions under ASC 830.

  • 4 Foreign Currency Transactions That May Misrepresent Your Earnings

    In this blog, we cover 4 difficult and problematic types of transactions that could be misrepresenting your earnings and hedge results – and how to fix them.

  • Is Your Foreign Currency Risk Out Of Control? 5 FAQs

    When left unaddressed, foreign currency risk can wreak havoc on your bottom line. But it doesn’t have to be this way. To keep foreign currency fluctuations under control and drive predictability in financial statements, many companies turn to FX hedge programs.