An accelerating economic recovery in the United States, along with uneven progress globally, is creating challenges for CFOs and treasurers in multinational organizations who are looking to more closely manage their companies' financial risk.

Most large businesses spent the first half of this year evaluating their existing financial risk management programs in the face of increasingly volatile interest rate, currency, and commodity markets. Many responded to what they found by increasing their hedging activity. Treasury teams who are considering starting to use derivatives to hedge financial risks, or increasing their derivatives hedging activities, are often asked by board members or senior management "What's the cost of hedging?"

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