A world without LIBOR: how prepared are we?

This edition of Risk.net Think Tank series will examine transition progress in the APAC region, what the US dollar delay means for the region and what testing systems financial firms have in place to ensure that they are ready now.

This edition of Risk.net Think Tank series will examine transition progress in the APAC region, what the US dollar delay means for the region and what testing systems financial firms have in place to ensure that they are ready now. 

Discussion topics include:
  • Assessing transition progress for key regional currencies (Yen, HKD, SGD, AUD) 
  • Updates on implementation timelines and approach. How US pushback on LIBOR deadline is affecting Asia market 
  • Examining how to actively transition portfolios away from the old rates. How financial institutions are negotiating their contracts. Is there opportunity for a standardized approach? 
  • Learning from Europe and US counterparts
  • How to prepare for and manage different liquidity scenarios
Who should attend?

The event is designed for commodity trading professionals that work with a CTRM system. Job roles include, but are not limited to:

  • Head of Risk
  • Market Risk
  • Credit Risk
  • Liquidity Risk
  • Enterprise Risk
  • Data Management
  • Finance
  • Treasurer
  • Logistics

While audience participation isn't required, we want this online session to be as interactive as possible and encourage attendees to ask questions and make comments.

About Risk.net think tanks

Risk.net think tanks are virtual roundtables designed exclusively for senior executives. These virtual events provide an intimate, board room style setting for executives to discuss a specific trend or challenge in order to develop the best course of action to address it. The discussion is conducted under Chatham House rules which means it is off the record hence participants can share their views openly, freely and anonymously.

Risk.net would welcome senior practitioners to take part to exchange idea with peers and to move forward together during uncertain times.

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