Foreign Exchange (fx)
Looking for foreign currency exchange market consultants, forex currency exchange consultants, forex consultants+5 Other Responses
Fx Payments Funding And Technology
We are looking to speak with decision-makers from the top 50 global investment banks.
We are interested in individuals who understand liquidity management at the bank, with a focus on the funding of fx payments and technology.
This is a 60-minute paid interview for $300. Kindly respond to the question below as to your relevance in this space.
1. Can you speak about the cost (actual cost plus ops cost) to maintain a nostro account? Are you knowledgeable on how and how much do you fund these accounts?
2. Are able to discuss the business workflow for the funding of fx payments and the systems your company is using?
3. can you speak about the technology to manage fx payments considered a large purchase that will require an rfp? Is saas solutions an option?+13 Other Responses
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hereâs the topic on which weâd love your thoughts:
according to swiss national bank (snb) board member fritz zurbruegg, the cap of 1.20 per euro on the haven franc will remain in place as the global economic recovery proceeds sluggishly due to the risk of deflation and recession.
the minimum exchange rate will remain a necessary instrument for the foreseeable future, the policy maker said at a reception of money-market traders in geneva recently. the monetary policy we have conducted to date will continue to apply without any restrictions.
According to zurbruegg, although the gross domestic product of switzerland is 5 percent above its place pre-crisis level, growth has been driven by domestic consumption due to high immigration and annual output in per capita terms has not yet returned to its pre-crisis level, and the output gap remains negative.
What are your thoughts on snbs decision to keep the cap in place? What effects will it have?
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