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LIBOR Transition: Key Action Items for Corporates

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Date:
December 3, 2020 at 2 p.m. EST
Duration:
60 minutes
Availability:
On Demand
  • Jason Peterson

    Director
    Client Relationship Management

    Corporates | Kennett Square, PA

  • Kevin Jones

    Director
    Treasury Advisory

    Corporates | Kennett Square, PA

  • Julie Smith

    Director
    Regulatory Advisory

    Corporates | Denver, CO

  • Yinan Yu

    Director
    Accounting Advisory

    Corporates | Kennett Square, PA

Summary

Join us for a panel discussion on the LIBOR transition, covering the economic, accounting, and operational implications of LIBOR fallback language and the developing SOFR market, with an emphasis on the next steps corporates should — and should not — move to the top of their priority lists.

Key takeaways

  • Understand the mechanics of the IBOR Fallback Protocol and the benefits and risks it presents
  • Evaluate the emerging SOFR market and the economic and operational implications of the transition on different types of corporate portfolios
  • Understand the election of ASC 848 and associated disclosures, and the impacts on preferred hedge accounting treatment

About the speakers

  • Jason Peterson

    Director
    Client Relationship Management

    Corporates | Kennett Square, PA

  • Kevin Jones

    Director
    Treasury Advisory

    Corporates | Kennett Square, PA

  • Julie Smith

    Director
    Regulatory Advisory

    Corporates | Denver, CO

  • Yinan Yu

    Director
    Accounting Advisory

    Corporates | Kennett Square, PA


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