Protect your investors in the LIBOR Transition
The Advancing Portfolio Risk Management for LIBOR conference has the purpose of building trust and transparency for asset managers moving to new benchmarks to protect your portfolio against devaluations.
To help portfolio managers minimize the risk of asset devaluations, repapering legacy agreements and projecting forward yield this conference will present a comprehensive program on how you can successfully make the transition without damaging your bottom line.
To avoid a scenario where there are winners and losers in the LIBOR transition this event will create a clear and productive dialogue with key representatives from asset managers, regulators, ratings agencies and investment banks.
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EXPERT SPEAKERS ON THE LIBOR TRANSITION
20+ Speakers 60+ Attendees 75% Senior Management 40+ Companies
This event program has been carefully curated to provide portfolio risk managers at buy-side funds with a step by step guide on how to navigate the LIBOR Transition and protect your investors.
The agenda will address LIBOR exposure across multiple products and asset classes including overnight swaps, mortgage backed securities and other derivatives to help protect your portfolio.
This conference brings together multiple stakeholders from across the eco-system including banks, exchanges, rating agencies and technology providers to ensure buy-side funds have maximum transparency in the process.
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3 KEY REASONS TO ATTEND
- The most comprehensive program on the LIBOR Transition to date giving risk leaders at buy-side funds a robust and detailed framework on how to navigate the transition
- The only forum where you can here from high calibre speakers from the Federal Home Loan Banks, Blackrock, Massmutual and many more on their top tips for the LIBOR Transition
- The ONLY dedicated event on the LIBOR Transition for buy-side funds putting your investors needs first and ensuring you can have trust and transparency with your counterparties