IBOR transition update (Dec 2021)

IBOR transition update (Dec 2021)

The discontinuation of LIBOR has been a project that has been in motion since 2014. It is a project that impacts the entirety of the financial landscape. The project has been driven by the official sector and market practitioners are gradually getting on board, partially because they have concluded the change is now inevitable.
Overview

The discontinuation of LIBOR has been a project that has been in motion since 2014. It is a project that impacts the entirety of the financial landscape. The project has been driven by the official sector and market practitioners are gradually getting on board, partially because they have concluded the change is now inevitable.

Key learning objectives:

  • Understand the difference between forward looking rates (IBORs) and backward looking rates (RFRs)

  • Understand how synthetic rates will be calculated

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John Ewan

John Ewan

John Ewan has over 20 years of experience managing financial benchmarks in every major market across asset classes, with direct experience of managing regulated benchmarks and indices since 2013. Currently, John scopes, develops and implements compliance solutions for Treasury, FX rates and FICC. He has a strong track record of implementing reform, management, and commercialisation of benchmarks and indices.

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