Luxoft announced it selected SuperDerivatives to handle the cross-border risks generated by its investments in currency derivatives through real-time pricing analytics and post-trade management tools.
Luxoft, which is based in Russia and operates on three continents, said growing volatility within the FX market drove the company to reach an agreement with SuperDerivatives.
“We searched for a service that would enable us to improve our ability to use derivatives to accurately hedge exposure to fluctuations in foreign currencies,” Luxoft chief financial officer Roman Yakushkin said in a statement.
“We now have a single service that allows us to plan a strategy and run an independent price check before executing a deal, to execute mark-to-market reports and to improve auditing and compliance one a trade is completed,” Yakushkin added.
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