Hedging & Risk Management
We Assist in A to Z related to Fx hedging. Hedging of Imports, Exports, FC Loan, Off beat currencies, Hedge Accounting, Bank Negotiation, Strategy making and anything related to Fx Hedging.
Interest Cost Reduction
High interest cost is the peril behind performance of many companies. QuantArt helps company save interest cost through foreign currency fund arrangement and appropriate hedging of the same
Forex Cost Savings
QuantArt helps importers and FC Borrowers hedge in an efficient manner and thus improve upon the effective cost achievable through simple hedging or no hedging. We target effective IRR improvement as well. The savings straightway go to bottomline
We specialize in arranging debt and mezzanine capital for our clients. Our scope includes rupee loans, rupee bonds, and working capital as well as foreign currency loans (ECBs). We also assist corporates in managing their day to day fundraising operations.
Samir founded QuantArt in 2012. An MBA from IIM C with 16 yrs of experience in Sr. positions with Foreign exchange treasuries of JP Morgan (Executive Director), HSBC (Associate Director) and ICICI Bank wherein. He has sound experience and understanding of global markets, market economics, hedging strategies, hedge algorithms, price calculation and risk-return optimization.
Srinivas is an MBA from IIM Bangalore having more than a decade of experience in structuring forex and interest rates derivatives. He worked with banks like JP Morgan, Standard Chartered, Yes Bank and Axis Bank in the past. Srinivas has in-depth understanding of the quantitative models behind derivative valuation and related CVA,DVA, FVA modelling.
Rajesh is an MBA from IIM Bangalore with over 15 years in Debt Capital Markets. He has worked with RBS, Standard Chartered, ICICI Bank and SBI Caps in various positions in the past. He has advised large and mid-sized corporate and FIs in raising debt from offshore and onshore markets. He has collectively assisted Indian issuers raise more than USD 50bn equivalent in various currencies across senior and subordinated debt.