By the end of 2021, the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) will likely cease to exist. With the end of LIBOR fast approaching, many organizations are struggling to find an efficient way to manage the LIBOR transition.
eBrevia, a DFIN Company, presents an Industry Leaders Roundtable with experts from PwC and Norton Rose Fulbright discussing key insights learned from managing the LIBOR transition to date, strategies to complete LIBOR remediation by the deadline, and their experiences leveraging technology to identify, organize and update large volumes of contracts affected by LIBOR cost-effectively.
- Best practices to manage the LIBOR remediation process in your existing contracts, including tackling Fallback clauses and amendment mechanisms, based on lessons learned by experts in the field so far
- An understanding of alternative interest rates being adopted
- The impact of COVID-19 on LIBOR transition plans
- How practitioners are leveraging AI and other technologies to meet LIBOR transition deadlines
Davide Barzilai, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright
Sally Neal, Retired Partner, PwC
Adam Nguyen, Co-Founder and Senior Vice President, eBrevia, a DFIN Company