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Netting

It may not be uncommon among international companies to have mutual trading among themselves  like multinational  companies. Foreign exchange risk exposure of such companies can be  ‘!lib~antisocially reduced if foreign designated receivables and  payments among them are settled on  be 111.’balance basis (known 3 nc ling) instead of making two way flows of money of  receiving and another of paying. To have such a netting, it is important that the dates ‘of settlement should match and the foreign   currency involved should he the same for receipts and payments that are due. . Since the risk exposure L  hedged for goth parties,   hey try to match the maturity dates and currencies of sums receivable and payable between themselves.

Types of  Nettle 

Netting L of two types, namely, bilateral and multilateral, While netting involving  two parties is referred to as bilateral, netting  with more than two parties L~ called multilateral. Multilateral netting is practiced among multinational corporations having   subsidiaries whereas, bilateral netting is feasible between any two transacting companies Lateral Settler Suppose Company X   exports goods to Company Y for US S million and ExpOrts goods worth US $1.5 million from Company Y. Their dates of maturity  re the same. Figure 35.1  slows the movement of funds between these two companies. The movement of funds with netting  exhibited in Figure 35.2.

Types of  Nettle

Types of Nettle

absence of petting. the tow exposure of the two companies is US $3.5 million (Figure 35.1); sure is reduced substantially to the net  um of US $0.5 mi!million, payable by Y to X. As stated above, multilateral netting involves netting of risk exposure among XXXIII   julius 0 companies. Normally such resetting  practiced among a parent company and its  Figure 35.3 depicts the normal  movement   f funds between a parent company (P)  subsidiaries  netting.

Types of Nettle

Types of Nettle

 

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