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What does the Global Shutdown mean for businesses using Foreign Exchange facilities

Fri 1st May @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am UTC+0


In partnership with Staffordshire Chamber of Commerce, moneycorp brings you an insightful market review followed by a Q&A session amid the Covid-19 pandemic, hosted by Senior Account Manager, Andy Medler.

Nations are ramping up efforts to control the Covid-19 outbreak in respective countries, and while the toll on people’s lives is tragic and immeasurable, there is also huge economic uncertainty never seen before in peace time.

In this webinar we will cover:

The effect the Covid-19 pandemic has had on the markets
What events have specifically affected the markets?
Foreign exchange tools available to businesses to mitigate market risk
How businesses can effectively use these tools in fluctuating markets
Live Q&A

About moneycorp:
Headquartered in London, with offices worldwide across five continents, moneycorp services businesses, individuals and online sellers with international interests and payment requirements.
By developing currency risk management strategies, moneycorp is on hand to help businesses with growth and expansion outside the UK. Behind every currency transaction is someone’s ambition and moneycorp understands the importance of this, by keeping clients up-to-date with the markets and offering guidance on the world of foreign exchange and how it could impact a company’s bottom line.
Since 1979, moneycorp can help you or your business get the most out of your money when making an international payment. A global company with a local expertise.

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Fri 1st May
10:00 am - 11:00 am UTC+0
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