In today's global economy, companies looking to grow theirbusiness should consider sourcing and selling in foreign markets.Whether the organization is a subsidiary of a foreign company or aU.S.-grown business looking to expand overseas, the treasury teamneeds to understand all their alternatives for structuring foreignpayments and receipts.

Handling overseas financial transactions is no easy feat.Managing currency exposures, pricing, foreign bank services, andoverseas counterparty risks may leave any domestic treasury stafffeeling overwhelmed. Here are some key considerations for managingcorporate finances in a foreign country.

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