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Insights to help you operate globally while managing risk with confidence.
From FX to interest rates, we deliver focused and trusted in-depth expertise on hedging and risk management activities across a diverse range of asset classes and currencies, allowing you to get the most out of every opportunity.
Watch the experts from ATB's Financial Markets Group for a presentation where they address interest rates and foreign exchange trends mid 2022.
Janek Guminski, senior director, head of foreign exchange at ATB, explores market volatility and effective risk management.
Janek Guminski, senior director, head of foreign exchange at ATB, explains the benefit of Forward contracts with unpredictable currency fluctuations.
Janek Guminski, senior director, head of foreign exchange at ATB, talks about how FX Options provides investors increased protection.
Before doing any foreign exchange hedging with ATB, a client must meet these four main requirements, explains Janek Guminski, senior director, head of foreign exchange at ATB.
A strategic risk management framework can help mitigate risk and protect your business from the impact of swinging currency exchange rates.
Alberta businesses operating beyond Canadian borders can benefit from an in-depth FX strategy that both mitigates risk and identifies opportunities.
In a global marketplace, integrating a custom, focused payments strategy could be pivotal to minimizing risk and driving your bottom line.
Establishing a clear idea of the factors that could affect businesses is important to stay ahead of geopolitical trade uncertainty.
Understand the Canadian beef export industry and how strategic foreign exchange (FX) planning can help agriculture leaders handle exposure to the value of the US dollar.
The honey industry is a booming industry in Alberta; ATB’s FX platform helps honey co-op members navigate foreign exchange to get their honey into the hands of people all over.
If you’re looking to sell your grain south of the border, understanding the rules and regulations can help you avoid run-ins with the IRS and hefty tax bills.