LIBOR Transition — Practical Implications and How to Prepare
- October 29, 2020 at 3 p.m. GMT
- 45 minutes
- On Demand
Please join our webinar where we aim to give you practical tools to help you prepare for the LIBOR transition and address some of the most urgent problems that our housing association clients are currently facing when managing their debt portfolios.
- Gary Grigor at Devonshires will provide an update on developments towards market standardisation
- Henrietta Podd and Joshua Roberts will discuss the practical implications for debt and derivative portfolios
- Tanner Robb will provide insight on managing loan portfolios using the Chatham Debt Management system
This material has been created by Chatham Financial Europe, Ltd. and is intended for a non-U.S. audience. Chatham Financial Europe, Ltd. is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority of the United Kingdom with reference number 197251.
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