If you do business with foreign trading partners, you may have to use currencies other than euros. You should then take account of:currency risks local currencies which cannot be exported currencies which cannot be freely exchanged for other currencies
If you do business using foreign currency, it may be worthwhile to open a foreign currency account. This will enable you to purchase or sell currency any time you want.
If you have a temporary surplus of one currency and a deficit in another, we can help you regulate your adverse liquidity position with a currency swap. Such an adverse position can occur, for example, if you have to pay debit interest for a deficit on your euro account, while you have a temporary surplus in your foreign currency account because you already bought the currency for a future payment.