09/13/2018 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. EDT
Corporate Finance | Capital Markets
Geoffrey R. Peck and James Schwartz
James Schwartz and Geoffrey R. Peck
Once described as the “world’s most important number,” banks have been using the LIBOR rate since the ’80s. Now that the scandal-hit benchmark is due to be phased out by 2021, what will the future hold?
The replacement of LIBOR is set to be the most profound development in financial markets for years to come. With $350 trillion in financial assets tied to LIBOR, how will the financial markets cope with the transition to alternative reference rates?
Morrison & Foerster and Risk.net are pleased to present this webinar that will feature Geoffrey Peck and James Schwartz as well as industry participants from buy-side and sell-side firms to discuss challenges in the transition.
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