LIBOR's Going Away? What Now?
The London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) is on its way out as the world's favourite floating-rate interest benchmark.
With $200 Trillion in legal contracts that reference USD LIBOR, this won't be easy
Join us for a journey through the replacement benchmark in the US, what this means for your Firm, and how to structure a LIBOR Transition project.
"LIBOR is the beating heart at the center of the Banking Industry - and we're about to get a heart transplant."
About David Petrie
David built his career as a fixed income trader and portfolio manager at Barclays Capital before joining Deutsche Bank where he was Co-Head of Corporate Treasury ALM, Head of Americas Funds Transfer Pricing and Head of IRRBB remediation.
David is Clarity's practice lead in Capital Markets, ALM, and Enterprise-Wide Risk Management.
About Michael Burgess
Michael Burgess is a former CFO, COO, Global Controller and Fixed Income product structurer, working in NY, London, Zurich, Dubai, and Sydney, with blue chip banks such as Morgan Stanley, Credit Suisse, Nomura Securities, Lloyds TSB and Macquarie Group.
Michael is Clarity's practice lead in CFO Advisory, Accounting and Finance.
Recorded New York, 1 April 2020