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Eine Werbemitteilung der B. Metzler seel. Sohn & Co. KGaA - 14.12.2020

Metzler Capital Markets is Currency Manager of the Year 2020

At the European Pensions Awards in London, Metzler Capital Markets was named Currency Manager of the Year 2020 for its successful foreign exchange strategy.

"The importance of managing foreign currencies has increased greatly, especially since global interest rates are low. This year, as the US dollar and many emerging market currencies dropped significantly, it became clear how imperative it is to have a good risk manager," says Özgür Atasever, Head of Currency Management at Metzler Capital Markets.

Özgür Atasever

These awards are bestowed upon investment firms, consultants and service providers in Europe who have set the benchmark in working with European pension funds in an increasingly challenging market climate. The jury is composed of independent experts from industry associations and pension funds as well as consultants.

Metzler Currency Management stands for a science-based approach, clearly defined processes and transparent rules for managing forex risks. Metzler experts consider foreign currencies to be an asset class of their own. After all, daily trading volumes are higher on the global FX market than on any other global market. Therefore, Metzler’s forex experts have been applying quantitative strategies to strategically and tactically manage the bank’s FX exposure since 2003.

Over the years, Metzler Currency Management has systematically expanded its expertise in forex risk management through ongoing research and development. The main areas of activity include in-depth asset class advisory services and systematic currency management solutions based on quantitative trading models. As an integral part of the bank, Metzler Currency Management can also draw on an excellent in-house infrastructure for trading and processing forex transactions.

Metzler ist Currency Manager of the year

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