Infrastructure

Key questions in Libor transition – Q&A with Tom Wipf

In this audiocast, Navin Raunier, partner for risk advisory at consultants TCS discusses recent developments in Libor transition with Tom Wipf, vice-chair of the institutional securities business at Morgan Stanley, and chair of the Federal Reserve Board…

Libor to Sonia – If not now, when?

At the end of this year, Libor will cease to exist. It is no longer about getting ready – it's about being ready. If we think of Libor as an 'approaching storm', the potential for disruption is great. If you heard a large storm coming, would you wait…

FRTB implementation – Covid-19 and Libor pressure

Industry leaders discuss the pressures FRTB is placing on banks’ data infrastructure and systems, how FRTB may constrain banks’ ability to manage future volatility, and the potential complications to implementation caused by such factors as the Covid‑19…

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…

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