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Corporate asks Treasury Services to design the worldwide risk management infrastructure.
Treasury Services was asked to re-design and implement the risk management policies, risk management infrastructure and risk management processes after the corporate suffered unexpected foreign exchange losses. Operational companies now can determine “the cost price of risk” while making commercial decisions; clear processes were implemented for the identification and quantification of foreign exchange risks in the operational businesses and for the centralisation of the risks to headquarter level; on headquarter level policies and processes were implemented for the centralisation of foreign exchange risks from the operational companies, for the hedging process in the financial markets, and for the accounting of hedges. Hedge accounting was implemented and the processes as described by IFRS and FASB were automated. The implementation of the new structure was supported by a dedicated training for the operational businesses and for the people at headquarter level.