The global interest rate benchmark, London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR), will lose its status and likely be replaced by 2022. A mainstay with treasury the past 30 years, this implacable displacement has generated a great deal of uneasiness, leaving those in the market to turn up alternatives or stall in place without a consenting agreement. While these alternatives are temporarily transient, they are costly in the long-term. Resources are already stretched thin from 2020, and the risks from capitulating increase and increase.
In this webinar with AFP and Deloitte, our experts will provide guidance in making these difficult choices, helping organizations prepare and protect themselves during the LIBOR farewell, answering:
- Why is LIBOR being replaced?
- Where within your organization is there Libor exposure
- Guidance on SOFR and Ameribor as replacements.
- Expertise in regards to migration, fallbacks, and spread adjustments.
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Director of Treasury Services, Association for Financial Professionals (AFP)
Product Manager, Kyriba
Manager, Treasury Advisory Services, Deloitte