Semiannual Market Update for Corporations
In this installment of Chatham’s semiannual market update webinar series, we will examine current market conditions, economic drivers and indicators, recent communication from the Fed, an update on the impending retirement of LIBOR, and potential strategies corporations can employ to manage financial risk in the current environment.
- Gain a practical understanding of the economic drivers currently impacting today's markets.
- Gather insights on effective strategies for financial risk management.
- Evaluate risk mitigation challenges associated with the current market landscape, including how corporations should be preparing for the end of LIBOR.
About the speakers
Managing Partner, Chairman
Global Head of Corporates
Kennett Square, PAAmol Dhargalkar is a Managing Partner and Chairman for Chatham’s Board of Directors. He is the Global Head of the Corporates sector and brings over 20 years of experience in derivatives capital markets expertise.
Corporates | Kennett Square, PAKevin Jones serves Chatham’s corporate clients in interest rate and foreign currency hedging advisory. Kevin’s expertise spans risk quantification and analysis, hedging strategy development, market dynamics, and trade execution.
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