What FX contracts are visible?
How can I view past FX contracts?
Past FX contracts can be viewed in the Past Contracts Screen and are limited to a three-month window within the last 13 months from today’s date. For FX contracts older than 13 months, please contact your Markets Dealer.
How can I create FX contracts?
How do I pre-deliver or extend FX contracts?
You can pre-deliver or extend the full or partial amount of the original FX contract in the Manage Contracts Screen. When pre-delivering or extending an FX contract, you will be quoted a new rate to match the new settlement date. The FX contract will be available to view in the Current Contracts or Manage Contracts Screens and will contain the original FX contract’s Contract Number with an alphabet denoted at the end.
How do I confirm an FX contract?
FX contracts are confirmed in either eMatching or upon receiving a confirmation email from ANZ. If you have access to eMatching, you can confirm your FX contracts via the Applications menu in ANZ Transactive - Global.
What is the difference between the Contract Reference and the Contract Number?
- Contract Number is the unique number provided when an FX contract is created.
- Contract Reference is generated when you complete a Get Rate request in ANZ Transactive - Global.
How do I know what payments have been allocated to FX contracts?
If a payment has utilised an FX contract, the Contract Number will be available in the FX Contract ID column in the Current Payments Screen.
Glossary of FX Terms - NZ users only
This glossary explains the meaning of some of the language that is used in ANZ Transactive - Global.
|All-in Rate||The exchange rate applicable to a Contract.|
|ANZ, we, our or us||ANZ Bank New Zealand Limited (unless the context requires otherwise).|
|Contract||Also known as "FEC" or "Transaction". Each currency forward transaction entered into between us and you from time to time (and if you are a "retail investor" under the Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013, including each FX Forward and each Short Dated FX as referred to in our Product Disclosure Statement in relation to an offer of currency forwards).|
|Contract Reference||Also known as "Deal ID", "FEC Number" or "FEC #".
A code given to a specific Contract.
|Deal ID||See "Contract Reference".|
|Extend||A request to amend the original Payment Date for a Contract to a later date.|
|Far Leg||The Contract with the later Payment Date of two Contracts which together comprise an FX Swap.|
|FEC Number or FEC #||See "Contract Reference".|
|Forward Points||The adjustment applied to the Spot Rate to derive the All-in Rate. The adjustment is made based on a range of factors including (but not limited to):
|FX Swap||A combination of two Contracts having different Terms entered into between you and us when you want to exchange two currencies and, on a later date, want to re-exchange those currencies.|
|Near Leg||The Contract with the earlier Payment Date of two Contracts which together comprise an FX Swap.|
|Parent Rate||Also known as "Parent All-in Rate".
The original All-in Rate before any request to Extend or for Pre- Delivery.
|Payment Date||Also known as "maturity date", "Settlement Date" or "value date". The date on which you and we must exchange currencies as agreed under the terms of a Contract.|
|Pre-Delivery||A request to amend the original Payment Date for a Contract to an earlier date.|
|Rate||The All-in Rate, Parent Rate or Spot Rate, as the context requires.|
|Settlement Date||See "Payment Date".|
|spot exchange rate||Also known as "Spot Rate".
The exchange rate applicable to a Spot FX.
|Spot FX||A currency forward transaction that has a term of up to 2 Business Days.|
|Spot Rate||See "spot exchange rate".|
|Swap Points||In the context of a request to Extend or for Pre-Delivery, the adjustment applied to the Parent Rate to derive the All-in Rate. In the context of an FX Swap, the adjustment applied to the Spot Rate to derive the All-in Rate.
See also "Forward Points" for discussion of the factors that may be relevant to the adjustment.
|Term||The period of time between the Trade Date and the Payment Date of a Contract.|
|Trade Date||Also known as "Transaction Date", "effective date" or "start date".
The date on which a Contract is entered into.
|Transaction Date||See "Trade Date".|
Who can I contact for support?
|ENQUIRY TYPE||AUSTRALIA CONTACT||NEW ZEALAND CONTACT|
|ANZ Transactive – Global log on, functionality and password resets||
Customer Service Centre:
133 199 / +61 3 9601 1200
|Customer Service Centre: 0800 800 760 / +64 4 473 0358|
1800 644 323 / +61 1800 644 323CommercialInstitutionalTradeSupport@anz.com
0800 220 400 / +64 4 569 firstname.lastname@example.org