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Exchanges currencies in two (business) days' time, at today's agreed rate.
The simplest method of buying or selling foreign currency.
Forward Exchange Contract
Exchanges currencies on a future date, at a rate agreed today.
Provides a fixed, known rate and gives greater cash flow certainty for business planning purposes.
Sets an exchange rate for a specified currency amount for an amount in different currency on the transaction settlement date.
Offers the benefits of both protection and participation.
Currency Protection and Participation Contract
Provides a fixed, known rate should the currency move unfavourably.
Offers unlimited gain potential from a favourable rate movement.
Vanilla FX Option
The right (but not obligation) to buy or sell a specified amount of one currency in exchange for another currency
Agreed rate when the option is bought (strike rate), on an agreed settlement date.
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NAB FX and Derivatives Master Agreement
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