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Libor countdown clinic #2

The Panel

  • Hans-Hermann Aldenhoff, Head of German Offices and International Litigation Practice, Simmons & Simmons
  • James Grand, Structured Finance and Derivatives Lawyer, Simmons & Simmons
  • Caroline Hunter-Yeats, Specialist Financial Markets Litigator, Simmons & Simmons
  • Doug Laurie, Libor Transition Programme Lead, Wholesale Lending, Corporate Banking and Private Banking, Barclays
  • Meredith Coffey, Executive Vice-President, Research and Public Policy, LSTA
  • Moderated by: Helen Bartholomew, Editor-at-Large, Emea, Risk.net

The end of 2021 will bring the demise of Libor, finally revealing whether rates markets are ready.

While five US dollar Libor fixings will remain in place until June 2023, regulators insist that no new Libor risk should be traded after the end of 2021. The implications for products with floating rates beyond the Libor phase-out are huge. 

There is still a lot to do, and predicting the Libor story’s closing chapter is not easy. This webinar explores what is left to prepare, who’s ahead in the process, what they’ve done and how they’ve done it.

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