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Opening an International Office: Currency Risk Management

While opening an international office is an exciting prospect, your day-to-day activities will now involve financial transactions that expose your business to currency risk. A currency specialist can assist your financial decision making team with the many different types of international payments that will now be required of your company, from monthly rent payments to vendor costs to international payroll.
By Andrea Barnes | | Business | See more in Money Transfer Guides

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