ACT webinar: Balancing currency and interest rate risk management

12:30 - 13:15 14 September 2017

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Register Now for the WebinarIn this webinar, we’ll share best-in-class approaches to financial risk management and review the implications of using capital structure vs. operational hedging whilst discussing how to balance different priorities and conflicting objectives.

Alongside a treasury-practitioner presentation by leading global building materials group CRH, Chatham Financial will share insight from the 1,800 client companies they’ve worked with worldwide, covering both the strategic and tactical considerations of risk management.

We hope to have as interactive a webinar as possible; we would welcome questions throughout to keep the debate lively, and we may have time for Q&A at the end. We would also welcome your specific questions in advance – please email to submit a question.

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Paolo Esposito, Executive Director, Chatham Financial

paolo_espositoPaolo is responsible for Chatham's corporate advisory team in Europe, advising corporates and private equity funds on how to structure and implement risk management programmes to mitigate currency, commodity and interest rate risks. Paolo holds an Executive MBA from Cass Business School, London and a Master's degree in Finance and Accounting from Universita' di Roma Tre.

Colin O’Gorman, Treasury Manager, CRH

Colin OColin works in the group treasury department headquarters for CRH based in Dublin. He joined CRH in 1998 and has worked in a variety of roles in treasury including recent debt capital market issuances and hedging strategy and implementation. Colin is an accountant and holds a Bachelor of Commerce Degree from University College Dublin

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