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Upcoming events

The LIBOR transition: understanding the potential risks to business (webinar one)

The discontinuation of LIBOR at the end of 2021 is fast approaching and yet it is still entrenched in many contacts of large financial value. 

Join us for this three-part webinar series where we will explore the background to the transition and the potential financial crime risks to business.

This series will be released over the course of three weeks and you can choose to purchase access to one webinar or the full series. Each pre-recorded webinar lasts 20 minutes.

This webinar was released on Wednesday 20 May 2020

LIBOR: understanding the transition

Hanif Virji, director at Vivadum Ltd
This webinar will cover:

  • An overview of the difference between LIBOR and the new Risk Free Rate SONIA,
  • A brief overview of how this will affect businesses, and
  • The key dos and don’ts to consider now.

Other webinars in this series include

LIBOR: preparing for change (webinar two)

To be issued on Wednesday 27 May 2020

Justina Stewart, a barrister at Outer Temple Chambers, will take a deep dive into the main products affected by the change, how to understand your current legal contracts and negotiate new terms, and how to mitigate fraud risk.

LIBOR: future challenges (webinar three)

To be issued on Wednesday 03 June 2020

Simon Duncan, senior associate at Moon Beever Solicitors, will provide an update on future fraud and financial crime risks, fraud risk management after the transition, and the key steps businesses can take to protect themselves.

Date

26 May 2020

Time

12:30 - 12:50

Location

Webinar

Venue

Online

Costs Cost for one webinar: FAP member £5+VAT; Non-member, £10+VAT Cost for full series: FAP member £15+VAT; Non-member, £30+VAT

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