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The London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) is the most broadly used interest rate benchmark in the world with an estimated open notional exposure of $350-$370 trillion across derivatives, bonds, loans and other instruments.
These securities will likely require conversion to an alternative Risk Free Rate (RFR), fixed rate or other indexes per deal covenants and agreements.
If you are a holder and/or issuer of LIBOR-linked securities extending beyond the end of 2021, the time to prepare is now. It should be an urgent priority not only to evidence support for the transition but also build internal expertise required to compete in the post-LIBOR marketplace.
“The U.S. financial industry must accelerate efforts to move away from the scandal-plagued LIBOR reference interest rate…The Federal Reserve will expect to see an appropriate level of preparedness at the banks it supervises.”
Here is a list of key questions firms should consider regarding the preparation and execution of this initiative.