Implementation of a currency hedging program is often regarded as a risk management exercise. The strategic asset allocation (SAA) hedging targets have been set; tactical dynamic asset allocation (DAA) tilts may be in place; and the investment parameters are pre-determined. All that is left is to ensure that currency exposures match the targets. Sounds straightforward.
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