Saying Goodbye to LIBOR – Preparing for the SOFR Transition
LIBOR is being replaced as a primary benchmark index and the transition away poses risks and challenges to financial institutions. In this webinar, learn why LIBOR is being replaced, the impact of the replacement, and transition implementation tips. The transition from LIBOR is already in process and financial institutions should begin preparing for the transition’s impact, risks, and challenges.
Who Should Attend: Chief Executive Officer, Chief Credit Officer, Chief Financial Officer, Chief Lending Officer, Chief Risk Officer, Chief Compliance Officer
- Understand the premise for the transition away from LIBOR
- Receive an overview of the replacement index and explore the impact of transition on transactions
- Review the timeline of the transition to the SOFR benchmark
- Discover tips and recommendations for a successful transition
Senior Vice President – Hedging Solutions
Femi is a derivatives and hedging specialist with almost 18 years of interest rate risk management in global and community banking institutions. He is passionate about helping banks structure hedging solutions for asset-liability portfolio management and tactical loan level transactions.
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Participants will earn 1.0 CPE credit
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Prerequisites: Knowledge of LIBOR & SOFR
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Intermediate
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
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