Our capital strength allows us to tailor competitively-priced solutions to help specific clients manage their hedging or investment needs.
When you are engaged in international transactions, you are under the exposure of foreign exchange risk, in the sense that, fluctuations in exchange rates can mean additional profits or losses to your original position.
In addition, you may wish to capture every investment opportunities from the fluctuations in exchange rates.
Hang Seng offers a wide range of services with different currencies to help you hedge currency risk and capture potential opportunities from the foreign exchange market.
Virtually all individuals or companies face some form of interest rate exposure. The exposure could be seasonal, arising from the natural cash flow of the business. There could also be ongoing exposure which should be covered on a long-term basis.
No matter what interest rate exposure you are facing, there are various solutions available at Hang Seng to help you manage them.
You are most welcome to contact us for your tailor-made solutions!
Our Terms of Dealing
The Terms of Dealing documents set out some of the key aspects of the relationship between Hang Seng Bank Limited and its clients when transacting in various products. The available Terms of Dealing documents can be found within the following pages and may be updated from time to time.
Fixed Income Terms of Dealing
Foreign Exchange and Metals Terms of Dealing
Investment involves risk. The value of investments may go up or down and may even become valueless. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future performance. Nothing herein purports to identify all the risks that may be involved in the investments or products referred to herein. The investments or products mentioned herein may not be suitable for all investors. Investors should consider their own circumstances, including their acceptable risk level, financial situation, investment experience, investment objectives, investment period and particular needs and should understand the nature, terms and risks of the relevant investment or product. Investors should also read the offering documents and the relevant risk disclosure statement before making any investment decision. Investors should obtain appropriate independent professional advice where necessary.