Product

Foreign Exchange

Foreign exchange (FX) has been the starting point for TreasurUp and TreasurUp offers rich functionalities for FX trading. TreasurUp has been designed especially for and together with small- and mid-cap corporates from several countries.
All FX modules are role based, which means that a bank can provide its corporate users with only the relevant FX modules.

Individual trades

Like every other corporate FX platform, TreasurUp offers manual spots, forwards, swaps, historical rate roll-overs, pre-deliveries and limit orders.

Unlike most platforms, however, these features have been built to be much more user-friendly and with a greater focus on the corporate user.

Automate hedging with the power of 1-to-1 and forecast hedging

1-to-1 hedging

The most powerful hedging functionalities, however, are the 1-to-1 and forecast hedging modules for auto-hedging.. Depending on the corporate’s hedging method, TreasurUp offers two modules for automated FX hedging that can be used to set up a hedging policy: 1-to-1 hedging and Forecast hedging.

For corporates that hedge invoices or orders individually in line with their hedging policy, we have developed 1-to-1 automated hedging.

TreasurUp ensures that corporates are optimally hedged and exposures are covered according to their hedging policy. 1-to-1 hedging is typically used by trading companies in the food & agriculture, retail and wholesale trading sectors.

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Forecast hedging

Forecast automated hedging is for corporates that are going to receive and/or pay certain foreign exchange cash flows in the future whereby it is not fully clear what the exact amounts will be or when they will be settled.

Corporates that typically apply forecast hedging are project-oriented companies in industries like construction, machine building, software sales and consultancy.

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Trade planner

The trade planner allows corporates – most commonly those with long and/or complex sales cycles – to enter contract details with a reference rate. This allows companies to track the P&L of contracts before they are signed since the reference rate is held against the market rate.

How it works

Individual trades

1-to-1 hedging

Forecast hedging

Trade planner

Enter trade details

All required trade details, such as the amount and due date, are entered manually.

Review trades

After a credit check the user will receive a live streaming rate.

Execute trade

After the user’s confirmation, TreasurUp sends the order to the banks’ pricing platform and executes the transaction.

Upload ERP data

Invoices or orders are uploaded in TreasurUp directly via Excel or through a direct connection with the user’s bookkeeping sotware.

  • Identify open hedges
  • Define net exposures
  • Remove base currency orders
  • Check on adjusted orders
  • Apply hedging policy
  • Identify netting options
  • Distill trades

Review items for hedging or submit for approval

Check if policy has been applied correctly, and if trades match the underlying exposures. Submit for approval or hedge.

Execute trade

After the user’s confirmation, TreasurUp sends the order to the banks’ pricing platform and executes the transaction.

Optional

Export data to bookkeeping software

Users with a connection to their bookkeeping platform will benefit from TreasurUp’s functionality to upload the obtained actual rates back into the bookkeeping platform.

Update cash flow forecast

The user updates his cash flow forecasts in a cash flow statement format for a particular currency.

Review exposures

TreasurUp then shows the new exposure and hedge coverage percentages and suggests buy and sell actions to bring the company to its policy levels.

Review items for hedging and/or submit for approval

TreasurUp shows the applicable trade types which the user can review. Subsequently he can submit for approval or hedge.

Execute trade

After the user’s confirmation, TreasurUp sends the order to the banks’ pricing platform and executes the transaction.

Add project details

The user can add a project with multiple cash flow in/out periods and reference rates. Mainly for projects where the agreement has not been signed yet.

Monitor reference rate vs market rate

Market rates are held against the reference rates in order to determine whether the outstanding open orders are still profitable.

Plan trade & review hedge details

If the market rate is positive against the reference rate, the user can decide to trade now which brings him to the manual trade module.

Execute trades

After the user’s confirmation, TreasurUp sends the order to the banks’ pricing platform and executes the transaction.