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Our Treasury team will tailor a foreign currency transfer, whenever and however you need it at and always at the best possible rates for your business.
A spot trade is the instant purchase or sale of a foreign currency or commodity. Spot contracts are the most common type of currency transfers. With a spot trade you can:
As a business, you want to avoid risks and uncertainties that are associated with exchange rate movements. A forward contract helps you do this by arranging to transfer money at a future date and at an exchange rate that is agreed beforehand. With a forward contract you have:
If you are looking for a foreign currency loan at a better interest rate than you could obtain by borrowing directly in a foreign market, you need a currency swap. With a currency swap you can exchange the principal amount of a loan and the interest payable on it in one currency for the principal and interest in another. By setting up a currency swap you:
An interest rate swap allows you to agree to exchange the future interest rate payments you make over a set period on loans or bonds. LIBOR is the benchmark for floating short-term interest rates and is set daily. With an interest rate swap you:
A foreign exchange option (commonly known as an FX option or currency option) gives you the right but not the obligation to exchange money from one currency into another at a pre-agreed exchange rate on a specified date. With such an option you:
If you are looking to protect your business against future movements in interest rates, a Forward Rate Agreement, or FRA, is perhaps your best option. By entering into an FRA, you:
Emirates NBD offers you the benefit of both a deposit and an investment product with our Structured Deposit. Features of these deposits include:
Our Structured Note combines a bond (to protect your principal) and a derivative element. The bond makes up most of the investment (typically 80%), and the derivative element gives you exposure to potentially higher returns. Features of the note include:
An Emirates NBD Business banking dual currency deposit allows us to repay your deposit in a different currency at maturity. This is a short-term investment that offers you the possibility of receiving a higher return through moderate movements in exchange rates. Features of these deposits include:
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