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.
Despite the havoc caused by the coronavirus pandemic, that continues to be the message from regulators. The coming months will be crucial in determining how and whether rates markets are able to cope.
Risk.net has been covering Libor reform efforts since the Financial Stability Board fired the starter’s pistol in 2014, providing more depth and detail than any other publication.
With those efforts now entering their critical phase, Risk.net’s editorial team are running a series of quarterly webinars, breaking down the issues facing the market, tracking the progress made and highlighting the remaining questions.Read more Sign up to the webinar
The COVID-19 pandemic has shocked global stock markets and created a period of extreme volatility for financial services having a colossal impact on health and safety, the delivery of public events and restricting travel. In light of this, Risk Live will be taking place in person on November 9 &10 2020 and we are transforming a selection of key sessions into a series of live and exclusive digital presentations, panels, interviews and think tanks across June 30 – July 3.
While the future risk for financial services may be uncertain, one thing remains clear. The impact of coming together to share experience best practice is incomparable - whether it’s online or off.
Join us for a series of virtual events covering the most pressing issues facing risk managers today.
Risk and compliance professionals gathered for a Risk.net webinar in association with NICE Actimize to consider the challenges and opportunities of successfully harnessing artificial intelligence in the fight against financial criminals
Panellists from Deutsche Bank, LCH, Numerix and Tradeweb on transition timelines, volatility and discounting
Panellists from Lloyds, RBC Capital Markets and TD Securities discuss efforts to switch to new lending benchmarks
Panellists from McKinsey, the LSTA and UBS discuss efforts to switch lending to new benchmarks
As the business environment becomes more complex – and as regulatory scrutiny increases – it has never been more crucial for financial institutions to ensure their models are robust and fit for purpose.