Corporate Case Study: Tracking & Reporting for Hedges

Corporate Case Study: Tracking & Reporting for Hedges
Our Client:
A global musical instruments manufacturer and distributor who actively manages FX and interest rate risk exposures.
Situation:
The company was managing over 1,500 derivative instruments in Excel and was applying hedge accounting for more than half of their derivatives portfolio. They were applying a


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Your Hedging Outlook – Part III: Hedge Accounting

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Oscar Wilde, Finance Genius?

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As big fans of Oscar Wilde’s writing, we at Chatham consider it a privilege to extend his work by helping companies understand the price of everything and the value of everything under ASC 820.


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2007

Firm hits $1 trillion in notional and rolls out its first client-facing technology solution in debt management. Credit valuation adjustment models (CVAs) are developed in house for incorporation into clients’ valuations


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Our ChathamDirect Technology Platform
For more than a decade, Chatham Financial has invested in building an advanced technology platform to support our thriving risk management consulting practices. More recently we’ve also begun offering direct access to clients. The result is a market-leading SaaS platform based on the latest technologies and designed to rapidly evolve in


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Valuation

Experts in CRE debt and derivatives valuation
Determining the accurate, fair value of commercial real estate loan debt or applied derivative instruments may seem simple on the surface. Nonetheless, improper measurements can lead to significant, long-term financial loss over the course of the loan or derivative. It may also prompt questions from investors, auditors, and


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Valuation

Adding clarity and precision to derivative valuations
Failure to properly measure the fair value of a derivative instrument can result in significant losses for a company. It can also lead to sub-optimal pricing when executing a derivative transaction. This translates into real economic losses over the life of the instrument. In addition, using outdated valuation


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