What is FEC in banking.

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  1. angelajason06

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    Hi I want to know that what is FEC in banking and what are the advantages of that?
     
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    FEC = Free Entry Cost (bank pay legal fee, it's same as ZEC, just different bank use different term)
     
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    A Forward Exchange Contract (FEC) is a contract between the bank and their customer whereby the bank agrees to buy from or sell to the customer a fixed amount in foreign currency on fixed future date, or during a period expiring on a fixed future date, at the rate of exchange quoted in the contract.
     

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