UK Accounting Glossary
Translation exposure (also known as translation risk or accounting Exposure) is the risk that a company’s equities, assets, liabilities or income will change in value as a result of exchange rate changes.
Translation Exposure (also known as Accounting Exposure) is a risk that arises from the translation of the assets and liabilities in a balance sheet into a foreign currency.
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This glossary post was last updated: 4th May 2019.