The WSFS Capital Markets team works with individuals, small businesses, commercial developers, and middle market corporations.
Our Interest Rate Hedging team engages with commercial and corporate borrowers to offer competitive and customized lending solutions using swaps and other debt hedging instruments. Our International Services team helps individuals and companies minimize cross-border currency and counterparty risk with more efficient and effective international payment practices using a variety of Foreign Exchange and Trade Finance product capabilities. Our hallmark is in creating lasting, integral relationships for WSFS while making the customers we work with more effective in what they seek to accomplish through best-in-class education, capabilities, execution, and support.
Interest Rate Hedging
The Capital Markets team at WSFS works directly with commercial and corporate borrowers to deliver risk management strategies and product structuring solutions.
International Services for Businesses
Whether you are buying or selling goods or services across borders, acquiring or divesting a foreign asset, executing a significant capital expenditure or investing in foreign markets, WSFS offers a range of international services designed to meet your needs.
International Services for Individuals
Providing the globalized individual with cost savings and security when transacting across borders. Leverage WSFS’s worldwide market access to receive corporate level exchange rates as a consumer.
Standby Letters of Credit
A standby letter of credit supports the performance of contractual arrangements between two parties. The letter of credit is an independent obligation taken on by the issuing bank.
Frequently Asked Questions
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Why Companies Should Consider Hedging
In today’s global economy, currency risk is an important concern for companies conducting business internationally and individuals planning to send or receive money from abroad.Read More
How the U.S. Dollar and Economy Could Affect Foreign Exchange Markets in 2023. Is Your Business Ready?
2022 was undoubtedly the year of the dollar. Although the U.S. currency has recently retreated from its October peak, the USD index still gained 8% in 2022. The main question in the foreign exchange (FX) markets today is whether this latest dollar down move is simply a technical correction due to the market’s reassessment of the future speed of U.S. interest rate hikes, or a true inversion of the trend (i.e., is the USD rally over?).Read More
Barsky Fleming Uses Foreign Exchange Strategies to Fight Inflation and Market Volatility
Jeffrey Barsky, President at Barsky Fleming Marketing Inc. (BFM), has been importing furniture since the mid-90s. The company grew over time to import restaurant furniture from various countries including China, Vietnam, Turkey, Italy, Bulgaria, Germany, and more. In dealing with so many countries and currencies, Barsky knew there were efficiencies available that could help the business grow and capitalize on market conditions.Read More