Benchmark reform may be the biggest delta to impact the financial markets since the 2008 financial crisis. Libor, the most widely used interest rate benchmark, is referenced by more than $200 trillion in financial products across the globe.
Indeed the anticipated phase out of Libor by 2021 is creating a great deal of uncertainty for affected firms. As such, FINCAD and PRMIA will come together to offer a special Libor event in London on Tuesday, October 1. Expert speakers will explore how the Libor transition will impact the biggest risk of all, the new RFR curves, which will affect models and methodologies used across trading, risk, treasury and finance.
Topics to be covered during the interactive discussion include:
- Current status of the core RFR’s and the impact on global financial markets
- How markets such as derivatives, loans and bonds will adapt to the transition
- The impact of the new RFR methodologies on trading, CRO and CFO functions
- The current challenges and nuances of the Libor transition
If preparing to meet the challenges of the Libor transition is an area that interests you, then consider attending this special event. You can learn more and register here. Be sure to reserve today, as limited seats are available for this event.