Paul Scurfield, Kim Brand, Heather Wylie, and Ariane Stren talk about key considerations as your organization makes plans to transition away from interbank offered rates.
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LIBOR, the London Interbank Offered Rate, a key set of interest rates linked to hundreds of trillions of dollars of financial contracts and instruments is on its way out. The British Financial Conduct Authority, or FCA, which oversees LIBOR announced that it may be phased out after December 31, 2021, when they will no longer require the banks to provide LIBOR offers. These decisions have deep and far-reaching consequences. Hear from Scotiabank leaders who discuss key priorities to consider as your organization makes plans for the transition away from interbank offered rates.
Want to hear more? Listen to the full replay of our virtual session, presented by The Scotiabank Women Initiative for Global Banking and Markets, LIBOR is on the way out, what is in?
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