Bumpy Road Ahead – LIBOR-SOFR Transition

Are You Ready for LIBOR-SOFR?

Preparing Your Credit Union for the LIBOR-SOFR Transition

May 25, 2021  11:00 am - 12:00 pm CDT

In this session, we will focus on why financial institutions are transitioning away from LIBOR as a benchmark, and how your institution can prepare for the transition.

More than $200 trillion in US dollar denominated assets are pegged to LIBOR, which is going away in less than two years. How will this seismic change impact your financial institution? Tune in to learn more about why LIBOR is disappearing, how it impacts both new issues and outstanding bonds, what alternative benchmarks may be used after LIBOR, and what your financial institution needs to do to prepare.

Key Objectives &  Key Take-Aways: 

  • Understand why the world is transitioning away from LIBOR

  • Describe and compare the alternatives to LIBOR, including SOFR and Ameri-BOR:

  • Determine the impact on current and new issue bonds from the benchmark change

  • Highlight steps your institution can take in preparation for the change

Level: Basic

Advanced Preparation: None

PrerequisitesNone

Field of Study: Finance

CPE Credit(s): 1

Delivery Method: Group Live

COST: FREE

Meet your Presenters!

 

 

 

Thomas Griswold, CFA
Managing Director 
Jason Haley
Chief Investment Officer 
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Craig Haymaker, CPA

Chief Operating Officer

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