The imminent end of the London Inter-Bank Offered Rate, after its five-decade prominence as the primary benchmark rate, has prompted many companies to start allocating resources to focus on transition readiness programs. Gain insights on the LIBOR transition process.
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Matthew L. Goldberg, Manny Ngan
LIBOR is set to be phased out by the end of 2021, so market practitioners are implementing processes and procedures for adopting new alternative reference rates (ARRs) for their floating rate financial instruments.
The effects of the LIBOR transition extends beyond a company's immediate accounting policies; it also has implications on a company’s overarching investment framework and risk management process.
In this webcast, you'll learn about strategies for transition readiness, including the importance of comprehensive considerations from different stakeholders.
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