Libor

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

Delivering certainty in uncertain times

TriOptima explains how it combines the reduction of gross notional exposure and the conversion of net risk exposure to deliver outsized results, partnering its portfolio compression network with core net ICE Libor over-the-counter swap portfolios

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 webinar series – Big issuers

Nobody knows what will happen to Libor at the end of 2021, but the market has to be ready for anything – including the benchmark’s demise. This continues to be the message from regulators, despite the havoc caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. The coming…

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