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FX Part 2: Foreign Exchange Risk Mitigation


Thu, April 12, 2018, 10:00


 General Information

Cost: Members: $95
Non-Members: $195

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US: 10:00am ET

About the Webinar

Take a deeper dive into the market and liquidity risk associated with foreign currency. Learn about the mechanics around using hedges to reduce the risk in future FX payable and receivables.

About the Speaker

Amy Sahm, Senior Vice President and Manager 
Fulton International Group 
Fulton Financial Corporation, Lancaster, PA

Amy Sahm joined the Fulton International Group in 2002, following a lengthy career in the Japanese banking and trade industry. As the department manager, she oversees product development, operations, sales and risk management. The group is responsible for foreign exchange risk management and international transactional products and services, including trade finance for Fulton’s customer base. It primarily serves import and export small- and medium-sized clients within Fulton’s five-state footprint. Amy earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Pittsburgh in Japanese studies and has completed extensive courses in trade finance through the American Institute of Banking. She serves as a board member and treasurer of both the World Trade Center of Harrisburg and the Mid-Atlantic District Export Council, supporting the U.S. Commercial Service Export Assistance Center. She is a member of the International Business Advisory Board of Elizabethtown College where she mentors students and presents guest lectures on international finance. Amy also holds a board seat at BAFT as well as a co-chair position on the North American Council. Amy is also active throughout the North American regional bank network in several international banking industry groups.

Webinar Access

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