The Case for Active Currency Hedging

21 Feb 2017

With the rising volatility in currency markets, investors are examining ways to achieve better risk-adjusted returns of their international equity portfolios.

While passive hedging may reduce the currency risk of a portfolio, it subsequently faces liquidity risk and opportunity costs.

As an alternative, active currency hedging aims to reduce drawdown and increase return within an investors’ portfolio.

Please join us for this 30-minute Currency webcast, where our Senior Portfolio Manager – Momtchil Pojarliev, PhD, CFA – will discuss his case for active currency hedging.