No smoke without risk management

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Tobacco has got to be one of the most risky businesses to be involved in. Along with managing volatility in commodity prices, foreign exchange and interest rates, tobacco firms run the risk of being slapped with multi-billion-dollar lawsuits. Rumours of litigation can lead to a drop in a firm’s share price and a surge in its credit spreads, in turn affecting the ability of a company to access funding. Given these uncertainties, the key mantra of British American Tobacco’s (BAT) risk management

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Counting down to dollar Libor transition

In a webinar, experts discussed the impact of market volatility on Libor transition, the availability of term SOFR, developments in non-linear markets and management of forthcoming CCP conversions

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