Missing the Mark on FX? Increasing Predictability for 2017

December 8, 2016 | 2PM ET | 1 hour | Online | by Chatham Financial | Recording Available
Over the past year, many companies have grown to expect the unexpected in the face of global events that have defied analyst and economist projections. While some have been fortunate enough to benefit from currency swings, most are finding an increased need for predictability in their financials in these volatile markets. As reality has deviated substantially from budget rates in many cases, FX impacts on performance have taken the spotlight with a renewed emphasis on prudent currency risk management.

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In this webinar, Chatham will cover the following learning objectives:
– Learn about common types of FX hedging programs and the purposes they serve
– Evaluate the real world constraints on risk management and how to navigate challenges
– Understand how leading practices can be applied to your organization’s risk profile


Amol DhargalkarAmol Dhargalkar is a Managing Director and member of Chatham’s Operating Committee. He leads the Global Corporate Sector serving public and private corporations focusing on interest rate, foreign currency and commodity risk management. He joined Chatham in 2001 and launched its Corporate Sector offerings in 2007. Amol has advised a broad spectrum of public and privately held companies as well as corporate private equity sponsors on the structuring, implementation, and accounting of their risk management programs totaling more than US $500 billion in hedged notional. Amol graduated from Pennsylvania State University with a BS in Chemical Engineering and a BS in Economics. He also received his MBA from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania where he was a Palmer Scholar.


Amanda BreslinAmanda Breslin leads Chatham’s Corporate Treasury Advisory group, advising corporate clients on risk management strategy, analysis, and execution with respect to interest rate, currency exchange rate, and commodities exposures. During her tenure at Chatham, Amanda has developed broad hedging experience advising corporate clients on complex FX hedging strategies, and advising real estate clients on issues pertaining to REIT structures and in navigating the process of collateral substitutions. Prior to joining Chatham, Amanda was an officer in the Army serving in both Germany and Afghanistan. Amanda received her MBA from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and a Masters in International Relations from the University of Oklahoma. She also holds a BS in Business Administration from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, and has earned the designations of Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and Certified Treasury Professional (CTP).