LIBOR to SONIA – are you ready?
At the end of 2021, LIBOR will cease to exist. You could run serious risks to your business by not preparing now for the transition to SONIA. Read how we can helpRead article
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The transition away from LIBOR in 2021 will be a fundamental industry change. This report from derivatives experts Acuiti analyses factors that might disrupt the transition and gauges consensus on key questions that remain.
Discover the latest thinking and opinions on issues in our market.
We survey market readiness for the end of LIBOR, and discuss competition and challenges with panellists including Alaistair Sharp, Managing Director, Credit Suisse.View webinar
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