Murex

Libor Risk – Quarterly report Q2 2020

Detaching an estimated $350 trillion of financial contracts from Libor was always going to be an uphill struggle. For a rump of so-called “tough legacy” contracts it’s a near impossible task. Now their future lies in the hands of legislators

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…

Libor Risk Q&A – Murex

Alexandre Bon, Group co-head of Libor and benchmark reform, and head of marketing and strategy, Asia‑Pacific, at Murex, discusses key industry concerns around the transition away from Libor, including how the discontinuation deadline will be impacted by…

Transforming trading, risk and operations

Capital markets technology firm, Murex, enjoyed outstanding success in the Risk Awards 2020. Amid fierce competition, the firm was named technology vendor of the year, and picked up a further five gongs in the Risk Markets Technology Awards

A helping hand – Addressing industry concerns

The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision’s final revisions to the FRTB guidelines aim to address industry concerns around complexity and capital implications. A forum of industry leaders discusses whether the changes have been effective and how banks…

Turning the IMA into a competitive advantage

Following the clarification of the FRTB rules in January 2019, financial institutions are now working towards a 2022 implementation deadline, finalising how their trading books will operate under this demanding regulation. Eoin Ó Ceallacháin, head of…

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