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Credit risk in treasury

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Published: 25th March 2017 by William Webster

The Treasury function has several roles. At the highest level these include hedging and trading. The risks that are incurred are

• Market risk (Interest rate & foreign exchange risk)
• Liquidity risk
• Operational risk
• Credit risk

What sort of things create credit exposures?

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