KPMG

How Covid‑19 is impacting transition preparations

A forum of industry leaders, including the sponsors of this report, discusses key industry concerns around the transition away from Libor, including how the discontinuation deadline will be impacted by the Covid‑19 pandemic, the benefits and challenges…

SOFR and credit spread – Not as simple as it seems

Chris Dias, principal and global Libor solution co-lead at KPMG, explores how the market will adjust as liquidity grows and why firms must resist the temptation to default to existing processes for determining credit spread and rethink the traditional…

Libor Risk Q&A – KPMG

Chris Dias and Chris Long, principals and global Libor solution co-leads, discuss key industry concerns around the transition away from Libor, including how the discontinuation deadline will be impacted by the Covid‑19 pandemic, the benefits and…

Operational uncertainty – An unavoidable challenge

The transition from Libor to a new risk-free rate has revealed a number of challenges for all financial markets participants – the nature and scope of what lies ahead is vast, impacting businesses, operations and support functions. KPMG‘s global Libor…

Harnessing AI to achieve Libor transition

Chris Dias, principal at KPMG, explains how the vast increase in accuracy that artificial intelligence (AI) offers when dealing with large volumes of complex agreements is crucial to exploring the market opportunities and mitigating the risks of the…

Is Libor going away?

Amid widespread expectation that Libor will soon be discontinued, questions are being asked around whether the transitioning towards risk-free rates will prove too onerous to achieve. Christopher Dias, principal, advisory, at KPMG, explores whether the…

Unlocking value from risk and finance data

For banks facing squeezed margins and increasingly agile competitors, a lack of consistent data quality and insight is a significant hurdle for risk and finance teams trying to transform the organisation. Innovative banks have brought the two functions…

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