WHAT WE DO
Hamilton Court Foreign Exchange offers its clients with a diverse portfolio of intelligent Foreign Exchange solutions, at a highly competitive rate, to manage the risk in an unpredictable market.
WHO WE ARE
Our business was founded in 2011 with the sole intent on delivering a customer-first experience. We felt that people were getting a raw deal from brokers and banks, so we were determined to use our considerable expertise to enhance the understanding of our clients, enabling them to act with confidence in this unpredictable market.
HCFX has built an enviable clinet base and growth story, by building deep relationships with its clients and partners. We help them to fully realise and mitigate the implications of the foreign exchange market to their business in a number of ways:
- Bringing a straight talking and common sense approach to solving problems.
- Leaning on a very broad range of products, ranging from simple vanilla forward foreign exchange contracts, to complex multi optioned structured products.
- Understanding that the perfect solution may not be the practical one and working for an optimal outcome that is robust and effective.
-Having the balance sheet, regulatory framework and infrastructure to offer great security but being small enough to be responsive and agile to our clients' needs.
We see foreign exchange improvements as one of the easiest ways to improve the bottom line of a business, whilst at the same time insulating organisations from an external force that can have large and far reaching implications. As much as any organisation has an existing process, it is HCFX's role to challenge that process and make sure it's fit for purpose. If it's not quite there, we can work with the organisation to get it to where it needs to be.
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