Interest Rate Risk Management

The expertise you need for an effective hedging strategy.

With SunTrust, you’ll benefit from decades of derivative structuring and execution experience.

We offer a full array of interest rate risk management solutions to assist you in managing exposure to interest rates. These include:

  • Interest Rate Swaps
  • Vanilla Options (Caps, Floors, Swaptions)
  • Treasury Locks and Options
  • Basis Swaps
  • Exotic Options (Bermudan, Premium, Binary)
  • Non-Dollar Interest Rate Swaps
  • Cross Currency Interest Rate Swaps

Our origination team will work closely with you to understand your risk management needs and assist in designing and executing a hedging strategy.

DISCLAIMERS

Swap Dealer Disclosures

The transactions described herein involve costs and risks. Before entering into any swaps, derivatives, or foreign exchange transactions, customers should carefully read and fully understand all information and disclosures furnished or made available to them. The information on this website is for general information only and does not constitute an offer or recommendation to enter into any “swap” or trading strategy involving a “swap” within the meaning of Section 1a(47) of the Commodity Exchange Act (“CEA”). Any such offer or recommendation, if any, will only occur after we have received appropriate documentation from you regarding whether you are qualified to enter into a swap under applicable law. The information, materials, and other content on this website are meant for institutional, commercial, and sophisticated customers. Except for certain foreign currency products available to retail customers, SunTrust Bank does not offer swaps, derivatives, or foreign exchange products, services and transactions to the general public, as such transactions are typically restricted to “eligible contract participants” as defined in the CEA and Commodity Futures Trading Commission (“CFTC”) regulations. Customers should ensure, in consultation with their legal counsel that they comply with all legal, contractual, and other requirements and restrictions that may be applicable to their swap, derivatives, and foreign exchange activities.

SunTrust Bank is not acting as a municipal advisor and the information presented to any customer is not intended to be, and does not constitute, advice within the meaning of Section 975 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. SunTrust Bank is not acting as an advisor to you and does not owe a fiduciary duty pursuant to Section 15B of the Exchange Act to you with respect to the information and material contained in this website or any other information communicated to you. SunTrust is acting for its own interests. You should discuss any information and material contained in this communication with any and all internal or external advisors and experts that you deem appropriate before acting on this information or material.

SunTrust Robinson Humphrey is the trade name for the corporate and investment banking services of SunTrust Banks, Inc. and its subsidiaries, including SunTrust Bank. Swap, derivatives, and foreign exchange transactions are provided by SunTrust Bank. As a swap dealer registered with the CFTC, SunTrust Bank provides its swaps, derivatives, and foreign exchange transactions solely as principal, and not as an agent, broker, advisor, or fiduciary for its customers.

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