IBOR Transition Update by Asset Class (May 21)

IBOR Transition Update by Asset Class (May 21)

John Ewan

20 years: Interest rate benchmarks

In this video, John outlines how LIBOR transition will work with individual types of assets. He takes us through cash, fixed income, loans, and derivative instruments. 

In this video, John outlines how LIBOR transition will work with individual types of assets. He takes us through cash, fixed income, loans, and derivative instruments. 

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IBOR Transition Update by Asset Class (May 21)

13 mins 51 secs

Overview

It is very likely that in the latter half of 2021 there will be regulation, guidance, protocols and other advice made available to firms with exposure to IBOR linked products. This includes cash, fixed income, loans, and derivatives instruments.

Key learning objectives:

  • How will LIBOR Transition work with Cash and loan products around the world?

  • How will LIBOR Transition work with Fixed Income Products?

  • How will LIBOR Transition work for Derivative products?

  • What about non-linear derivatives?

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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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