Amol Dhargalkar

Amol is a Managing Director leading the Global Corporate Sector, serving companies focusing on interest rate, foreign currency and commodity risk management. He earned his BS in Chemical Engineering and Economics from Pennsylvania State University and his MBA from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, where he was a Palmer Scholar.

  • WSJ: Weakening of Foreign Currencies Opens Up Hedging Options

    WSJ: Weakening of Foreign Currencies Opens Up Hedging Options

    Hedge longer or hedge more? Amol Dhargalkar talks with The Wall Street Journal about companies becoming more aggressive or more cautious depending on the pandemic’s effects on their finances.

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  • Coronavirus: Businesses Search for Liquidity, Credit

    Coronavirus: Businesses Search for Liquidity, Credit

    With the coronavirus pandemic creating a ripple effect in the economy, Amol Dhargalkar discusses how companies are looking to enhance their liquidity positions and secure access to credit with AFP.

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  • Corporates sprint to lock in low rates

    Corporates sprint to lock in low rates

    Amol Dhargalkar discusses how corporate borrowers are moving quickly to lock in lower interest rates even as the coronavirus outbreak stops bond issuance in its tracks with Risk.net

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  • Hedging and COVID-19: 3 key considerations

    Hedging and COVID-19: 3 key considerations

    hedging and COVID-19: How can your company address its financial risk management program in light of these unprecedented times?

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  • Post-Brexit considerations for treasury and finance

    Post-Brexit considerations for treasury and finance

    Amol Dhargalkar's article in AFP Exchange provides an update on Brexit and and its impacts to treasury teams and financial risk management programs.

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  • More companies are opting for hedge accounting

    More companies are opting for hedge accounting

    Amol Dhargalkar discusses Chatham Financial's benchmark study report, which showed that early adopters of the new hedge accounting standard drove an uptick in the use of hedge accounting.

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  • Five things savvy treasurers will be doing in 2020

    Five things savvy treasurers will be doing in 2020

    In 2020 savvy corporate treasurers will be concerned with evaluating capital structure and interest rate risk, navigating the LIBOR transition, and developing operational efficiencies.

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  • Setting Up Treasury at High-Growth Companies: Informed Insights from Chatham Financial

    Setting Up Treasury at High-Growth Companies: Informed Insights from Chatham Financial

    At what point does a high-growth company need a treasurer? Amol Dhargalkar discusses the right time to start or expand a treasury department and how to balance talent and technology for maximum effect

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  • 5 Treasury Trends to Watch in 2019

    5 Treasury Trends to Watch in 2019

    The year is closing with tremendous market uncertainty, requiring treasury and finance professionals to re-evaluate their risk management strategies with a particular focus on these 5 key trends.

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  • Interest Rate Swap Pricing: Pulling Back the Curtain on Syndication

    Interest Rate Swap Pricing: Pulling Back the Curtain on Syndication

    To choose the best interest rate hedging strategy, understand the pros and cons of derivative syndication as opposed to competitive auctions, direct negotiation and other alternatives.

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  • Using Today's Yield Curve to Inform Your Hedging Decisions

    Using Today's Yield Curve to Inform Your Hedging Decisions

    Rising interest rates have coincided with downward pressure on longer-term interest rates, a situation commonly referred to as “flattening” of the yield curve."

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  • The True Cost of Hedging

    The True Cost of Hedging

    Ensuring an effective, compliant hedging program means assessing both visible and hidden costs across all hedging activities, including strategy and pricing, legal and regulatory, and accounting.

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