Venue
Events @ No 6
Events @ No 6, 6 Alie St, London E1 8QT, UK

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Event Date Thu Nov 21 GMT (almost 2 years ago)
In your timezone (EDT): Thu Nov 21 3:30am - Thu Nov 21 2:00pm
Location Events @ No 6
6 Alie St, London E1 8QT, UK
Region EMEA
Details

No other event brings such objectivity on industry thinking about the transition from Libor to new risk-free rates.

Libor underpins $300 trillion of bonds, loans & derivatives and has been the benchmark used to determine interest rates on everything from student loans, mortgages to derivatives and credit cards Will it really cease to exist in 2021? What does the future of the industry look like post-Libor?

The RFR revolution
Regulators in the UK and US are pressing market participants to abandon the Libor family of benchmarks, and switch to new risk-free rates. In Europe, the plan is to rehabilitate the old rates. It’s not yet clear whether either ambition is viable. The only thing that can be said confidently is that the project will inject a huge amount of risk into some of the world’s biggest financial markets.

Benefits of visiting
This Libor clinic will address how global firms are dealing with the implications of the transition to risk free rates on cash products, the treasury, the operations functions and the derivatives market.

Hear practical examples and case studies from leading firms, market makers and regulators and have all your questions answered.

Speakers

2019 Speakers

Shaun Kennedy
Group Treasurer, Associated British Ports

Olivier Balpe
Head of group IBOR transition program, Societe Generale

Doug Laurie
Director, Programme Lead, wholesale lending technology and change, Barclays

Andreas Bitz
Senior Risk Manager, UBS

Clare Dawson
Chief Executive, Loan Market Association

Rick Sandilands
Senior Counsel, Europe, International Swaps and Derivatives Association

Emiliano Papa
Director and Head of Interest Rates, FX, and hybrids, Deutsche Bank

Phil Lloyd
Head of Market structure & regulatory customer engagement, Natwest Markets

Katie Kelly
Senior director, Market Practice & Regulatory Policy, International Capital Markets Association

Joshua Roberts
Associate director (private equity & corporates), J.C. Rathbone Associates Limited (JCRA)

Barry Hadingham
Head of Derivatives & Counterparty Risk, Aviva Investors

Robert de Roeck
Head of structured solutions, investment innovation, Aberdeen Standard

Paul Dobbs
Director, Sionic

Xavier Pujos
Managing Partner, Sionic

Juan Vargas
VP, financial engineering, Numerix

Maurizio Garro
Senior lead- Ibor transition programme, Lloyds Banking Group

Helen Bartholomew
Editor-at-large, Risk.net

Jasper Lillingston
Director of G7 portfolio management, treasury, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development

Edward Ocampo
Adviser

Navin Rauniar
Independent Adviser, PRMIA

Jethro Elvin
Director of Solution Consulting EMEA, Seal Software

Sharon Freeman
Libor and Benchmarks Regulation Programme Consultant, Antevorta Consultants Limited

Denys Usynin
Managing Director,Hhead of Platform Development, FINCAD R&D

Kari Hallgrimsson
Managing Director, JP Morgan

John O’Sullivan
Managing Director and Head of Regulatory Transformation, HSBC

Sponsors & Partners

2019 Sponsors

PRESENTATION SPONSORS:
• Numerix
• Sionic
• Seal
• Antevorta

PANEL SPONSORS:
• TriOptima
• FinCad