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Work prezzi

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Dharshana Warnasooriya

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3G Network Expansion
250 Node-B’s over 3 years
New Packet core & CS core expansion

Core expansions
Wellampitiya & Kotikawatta
Next 3G Expansion RFP
PRM – August 2012
Next 3G Expansion RFP
PRM – August 2012
Chilaw
SLT VPLS Locations
SLT Fiber - Ready
Router Installation - Pending
Forex Exchange Instruments
FX Transactions
Derivatives
SFE's
Currency Options
SPOT FX
Foreward Outright Transactions
FX Swaps
Currency Futures
Currency Swaps
Currencies Vs USD
Cross Rates
Foreward FX
Transmission O&M
System Control Center
First Aid
Kukuleganga
Outbound Training
Commercial
Negotiations
Commercial
Negotiations
Norachcholai
Team Working and Bonding
Self confidence and Trust Building
Leadership
Resource Handling
Source: An Introduction to foreign exchange & money markets by The Reuters financial training series
SWAPS
Swap is a financial Instrument in which two parties agree to exchange cash flows.
Currency swap – is an exchange by two foreign borrowers with opposing needs, of a certain amount of currencies via a financial intermediary (usually a bank)
The main goal of a currency swap is to decrease the cost of financing for both parties involved.
Reduce financing costs. (Comparative Advantage)
Example: Borrow money at local prices when entering in to new foreign markets and raising capital at convenient local terms.
To overcome barriers imposed by government regulations
Example : Borrow against ceilings
Hedge against future currency risks by specifying the forward exchange rate in the contract.
Reduces transaction costs compared to replicating the same with forewords and futures
Why SWAPS
Comprehensive
Theory - Earthing
Transformer
Step 2
Step 3
Need to Cover during visit to KKG
Group Members
Source - Studio 3000
local Perspective
Risks Associated
Commercial Needs
Comparative Advantages
Example : Internationally expanding firms
Local markets financing
Avoid the risk due to the changes in the exchange rate.
To exploit the inefficiencies in the international debt market.
Users of SWAPs
Rate Risk
Credit Risk
Moderated By India
Benefitial to Sri Lanka and Other SAARC Countries
XYZ CO.
ABC CO.
XYZ CO.
ABC CO.
Mechanism
IBM Borrowed in Swiss Francs (SFr) & World Bank Borrowed in US$
Proceeds were exchanged between the two companies
IBM paid World Bank a fixed rate of 0.4% above the US TB Rate
World Bank paid IBM a fixed rate of 0.1% above the Swiss TB Rate
Wier
Tunnels
Underground Power cavern
Switch yard
Control center
Head Pond
Diversion wier
Sandtrap
Mismatch Risk
Interest Rate Risk
FOREX rate Risk
In conclusion
Could be very confusing and complicated at times
One of the fast phased growing tools
Allows access to global financial markets and optimal borrowing costs, without otherwise impossible.
Important source of revenue and risks for banks
Handling emergency situations
Useful aid techniques
Demonstrational knowledge
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