Breakfast briefingSeptember 27, 2019 | 08:30 - 10:00 BST | London
There are many crucial dates linked to benchmark reform. Establishment of LIBOR in 1986; the 2008 financial crisis, the 2011 LIBOR scandal, the FCA’s Chief Executive Andrew Bailey 2017 announcement that they would no longer compel banks to submit to LIBOR, and the 2021 deadline for transition away from LIBOR.
With December 2021 fast approaching, financial institutions are faced with the tremendous task of transitioning their rates and standard processes and systems.
This breakfast briefing will provide insight to the progression of benchmark rate reform, and provide attendees with the opportunity to ask questions and engage in discussion regarding the key issues facing anyone involved in the financial markets.
We invite you to save the date and register to attend this event. Full details of panellists will be available in due course.