Industry-Leading Products

Our FX solution providers offer a range of products that are designed to help you get the best from your overseas business. When you deal with one of our FX specialists, they will customize your needs to you and your business.

Spot Contract

A spot transaction is a vanilla foreign exchange product. They can be useful if you need to make an urgent or immediate payment. Payments can be made using the live exchange rate from our X-Hedge online platform and processed immediately.

How It Works

First, you need to confirm your rate.

Send your payment in the currency you choose.

You will receive your funds as soon as possible

Forward Contracts

Careful business planning is the best way to navigate economic uncertainty. Forward contracts are an effective way for you to reserve a price for buying and selling currency on a specific date in the future. When you agree to the amount and the date for settlement, the price is locked in.

How It Works

Select the FX Pair and notional currency amount.

Set the price

Set the specific date in the future

Select the type of contract

Options Contract

Vanilla options give you the right, but not the obligation, to buy or sell one currency in exchange for another. This will be set at an agreed exchange rate and on a predetermined date. With such options available, you have the flexibility to adjust to the dynamics of the market.

How It Works

Select the FX Pair and notional currency amount

Select the strike rate

Set an expiry date

Confirm and pay the premium

Structured Products

Our experts are here to help you with all our product range. They will take the time to learn about your business and create bespoke structured products that will meet your FX needs.

Treasury First's risk management strategies will look to utilise spot, forwards, or option contracts or a combination to create structured products specifically designed for your needs.

Collar options

Collar options are designed to offer you a ‘protection rate’ which is the worst case rate, and a ‘collar rate’ which is the best-case rate. These rates give you the ability to take part in favourable movements at the spot rate. Collar options can also potentially offer a more favourable mark-to-market than a forward contract.

Participating Forward

When you choose a participating forward structure, it offers a secured protected rate, but still allows movement on a predetermined portion of the hedged amount. For example, if the spot rate expires at a better rate than the protected rate, then the holder of the participating forward can transact a predetermined proportion of the hedged amount at the protected rate.

Forward Extra

Forward Extra ensures a secured and protected rate. However, you can still move up to a predetermined trigger level. If during the life of the trade, the trigger level is met or exceeded, the holder is under obligation to deal at the protected rate.

Some of our structured products are detailed below.
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