D-Risk FX Budget & BI

Your risk
Our expertise

Business intelligence to support your international performance,
Become autonomous with D-Risk FX Budget and BI

Tool dedicated to SME managers to monitor and better control the performance of their companies by incorporating the guidelines of their exchange risk management policies.

OUR SERVICE
WHAT WE DO?

TREASURISKS offers you D-Risk FX Budget & BI, a SaaS platform that allows SME involved in importing and/or exporting to monitor in real-time the impact of foreign exchange risk on the company's financial statements and profitability.

Construction of your budget

Multi-markets • Multi-currency • Multi-periods

Summary of your risk to the budget

Detailed analysis • Simulator by market and overall

Building your hedging strategies

Calculation of coverage required • Simulations according to your ratios or tolerances • Divergence analysis • Entering hedging transactions

Real-time profitability monitoring

Multi-currency financial statements • Tracking gaps • Coverage alerts

Continuous information to facilitate efficient and rapid decision-making

Information is always readily available to aid decision-making and act accordingly

WHY US?

Why integrate currency risk management into the performance indicators of a corporate dashboard?

Because currency risk is a direct consequence of your cross-border operations, Its management is fundamental. It can influence your strategic decisions.

This risk may adversely affect

COMPANY MARGINS AND PROFITABILITY OF OPERATIONS

PREDICTABILITY OF CASH FLOWS

THE COMPANY'S CREDIT RATING

THE COMPETITIVENESS OF THE COMPANY AND THE CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP

D-Risk FX Budget & BI allows you to avoid dealing with risk on an ad hoc basis in order to improve the company's performance.
For example
Get in touch

We are here for you! How can we help?

Let's talk about the growth of
your business
To join us
Gilles Vigneau, (President)
Sarah Darmame, (Business Developer)
Announcements
RECENT NEWS

In the previous article [1], we discussed the importance of clearly defining our attitude to foreign exchange risk and using tolerance as a guide to an adequate "degree" of exposure for your business.

Expanding business abroad is a source of growth, but it also entails risks for SMEs. It is also complex to monitor the successive impacts of exchange rates on the company's anticipated performance

Your company's currency risk management approach begins with verbalizing your attitude toward risk. Here are 2 questions to start your reflection with...

Developing business abroad is a source of growth but involves risks for SMEs.

Economies around the world continue to be affected by events in Ukraine and the sanctions imposed on Russia.

Expanding business abroad is a source of growth, but it also entails risks for SMEs.

Expanding business abroad is a source of growth, but it also entails risks for SMEs.

In the second article on volatility [1], we discussed how to compare different international transactions on an equivalent basis to account for the impact differential on profitability generated by currencies.

Expanding business abroad is a source of growth, but it also entails risks for SMEs. It is also complex to monitor the successive impacts of exchange rates on the company's anticipated performance.

In a previous article, we discussed the use of volatility as a measure of uncertainty, the factors that influence it, and its impacts on SMEs.

Volatility represents the change in the value of a currency and is of interest to us to the extent that it affects the company's international operations.