A surprising 16% of respondents surveyed in a recent Greenwich Associates webinar said their firm hasn’t even begun to plan for the transition away from LIBOR.

Discover the driving forces behind the LIBOR transition in this new ebook prepared by Greenwich Associates.

As you begin to ask, what impact will the OIS/SOFR shift have on my firm? And am I prepared? Let this new resource be your guide.

Download this eBook to learn:

  • Key points of transition
  • SOFR and timeline and key milestones
  • The scale of the transition
  • Adoption of LIBOR alternatives
  • LCH's and CME's October 2020 switch to SOFR discounting
  • Technology changes to manage the transition
  • Impact on the trading desk

 

To hear the full conversation listen to our webinar exploring the trading, operational and technology factors being impacted by the LIBOR transition.
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Visit our webpage: The LIBOR Transition Research and Insights for more information on this topic: https://www.numerix.com/numerix-research-insights-libor-transition-multi-curve-pricing

 

 

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