With the London inter-bank offered rate retired at the end of 2021, and remaining currency transitions quickly approaching, financial institutions must prepare to protect their businesses from any financial shocks as they move to alternative reference rates. OMFIF and CME group are convening a panel to discuss the transition and landscape post-Libor, the potential roadmap for avoiding disruption, what it means for real money accounts and OTC swaps, as well as potential alternative reference rates.
Ann Battle, Head of Benchmark Reform, ISDA
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This meeting will be conducted under the OMFIF Rules.
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