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Halo Financial are the preferred FX partner to the AIA – find out how they can save you and your clients’ money.

With ever more businesses trading overseas and making international payments, SMEs are increasingly exposed to currency risks whilst managing growth and profitability. Halo Financial's expertise in foreign exchange helps businesses expand into new markets with confidence, as recognised and promoted by AIA.

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ARE YOU AND YOUR CLIENTS GETTING THE BEST FOREIGN EXCHANGE DEAL?

Companies that manage their currency well, save money. Trying to do that effectively whilst running a business or a finance department is a huge challenge. As is often the case, the best results are achieved when expert assistance is available.

That is as true of financial professionals, of auditors and of marketing specialists as it is of foreign exchange expertise. And at a time when the global economy is spluttering back into life, companies do well to explore every opportunity to enhance the bottom line and improve competitiveness.

Foreign exchange expertise can help you or your clients minimise costs and prevent unexpected exchange rate fluctuations from damaging hard earned profit margins. 

It’s time to look beyond your bank and call a specialist. AIA have linked up with currency specialist Halo Financial to help you get the best help and advice.

KEY REASONS TO USE HALO FINANCIAL

Feefo Gold Trusted MerchantKey reasons to use Halo Financial:

  • Receive a FREE currency audit to identify where there are opportunities to improve
  • Excellent commercial exchange rates – beating the banks by up to 4%
  • Protection against adverse currency fluctuations
  • A dedicated currency expert who will personally help you manage your foreign exchange needs
  • 5 out of 5 star Gold Trusted Merchant customer rating from Feefo independent review site

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Registering to open a Trading Facility couldn’t be easier. You register online or by post. It’s free and you are under no obligation to trade. It will enable you to be prepared when the market moves in your favour.

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Free Currency Audit: Complete the details on this form and receive a free currency audit helping you to assess the ways you can cut your costs and improve currency management.

PARTNER WITH HALO FINANCIAL

You can also partner with Halo Financial

Halo Financial's foreign exchange expertise and professional friendly service gives operational and financial benefits to both the referring partner and client alike.

Halo Financial works with people around the globe who routinely refer their clients, business associates, friends and family, work colleagues and anyone else they know who needs to reliably and efficiently move their money internationally at the very best exchange rates.

REFER YOUR CLIENTS AS A BUSINESS PARTNER

If your business is directly involved in cross border activities or you have clients who are, it's likely you are aware of how exchange rates have a direct impact a company’s success. The rate of exchange can often mean the difference between success and failure, profit or loss. By partnering with Halo Financial, you and your clients will receive the same excellent exchange rates and exceptional customer service.

REFER YOUR CLIENTS AS AN INDIVIDUAL PARTNER

If you are a professional person or private individual that knows of either companies or individuals who would benefit from Halo Financial's expertise, then you can start generating a new revenue stream by partnering with Halo Financial and simply making the introduction.

Partner with Halo today!

Halo Financial operates a proven and successful affiliate model that’s run at no cost to you. In fact, you can even integrate their services into your business. Refer your clients to Halo Financial and spare them from the rigours of the foreign exchange markets and the clutches of the banks! 

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LATEST INSIGHT FROM HALO FINANCIAL

WEEKLY CURRENCY INSIGHTS FROM HALO FINANCIAL

This week, as is tradition, saw a flurry of economic data release activity in the run up to the Holidays, with GDP and Consumer Confidence figures flying out before the festive break. Markets are making the most of every day in the run up to festive public holidays, where the markets will be thinly traded and therefore open to volatility at the end of the year and beginning of 2017. Now is the time to take stock and plan ahead for any currency transactions for the end of December and early 2017, in order to avoid the risk of volatile currency markets in this tricky period.

BREXIT’S BACK…ALRIGHT?

We began the busy last week before the festive holidays with the Brexit debate kicking off once more across the UK and EU, as speculation about the cost of Brexit to other EU members once the UK is no longer making contributions to the Union flowed. Nobody really knows the figure, it seems, although the measures to balance it are likely to require cuts, higher contributions from other EU members, or both. Consumer Confidence figures in the UK were not as disappointing as the -8 index reading in November, however, the figures are still poor, and the report notes that, while consumers seem confident about personal finances, concerns about the implications of Brexit, a weak Pound and potentially higher inflation are likely to take their toll. This gloomy message caused Sterling to fall. The Euro began the week on the back foot amidst troubles in Germany, with the possibility of the Euro reaching parity with the US Dollar looking increasingly likely. The Euro is also suffering against its other major currency partner, Sterling. The Eurozone Consumer Confidence data did little to help the Single Currency.

CELEBRATE GOOD TIMES FOR THE US DOLLAR

Across the Pond, US markets teetered at the start of the week off the back of US-China tensions, followed by a boost in the form of confirmation that Donald Trump will take the reins as US President in January 2017, which is likely to keep the US Dollar strong against other currencies given its safe haven status in volatile markets elsewhere. A raft of data came out from the US and Canada in the run up to the holiday season, including US Durable Goods Orders, US GDP Growth Data for the fourth quarter, the US House Price Index and Personal Income and Spending Data. The US figures were better than expected and the US Dollar has had a good week as a result. At the same time, Canada released its Inflation and Retail Sales data, which showed a healthy rise in retail activity, but a slightly lower inflation rate. That mixed result left the Canadian Dollar tracking its US counterpart.

A LAND DOWN UNDER ON MUTE

The Reserve Bank of Australia released their Board Meeting Minutes, which weakened the Australian Dollar slightly, as the central bank kept their base rate at the same level, considering that weaker jobs data results were in turn balanced by the strong housing data, amongst other recent figures. Their fellow Antipodeans received the news that New Zealand Business Confidence is higher, despite concerns about credit markets. This was followed by economic growth data, which was expected to be much the same as the last 3.6% annualised figure and therefore boost the New Zealand Dollar, raising a warning flag for NZD buyers. Broad growth figures were released across all New Zealand’s business sectors, particularly manufacturing, but the figures showed a slowdown in the country’s all-important agricultural sector and the New Zealand Dollar remained weak.