Overview
Date: 17 November 2021

Overview


The end of 2021 is a key and long-awaited milestone in the LIBOR transition process. As this important date approaches, this ICMA webinar took stock of progress in the adoption of alternative risk-free rates in the bond market and active transition of legacy bonds; considered the various legislative solutions designed to address the issue of “tough legacy” bonds; and discussed how LIBOR transition is progressing in Asia Pacific.

Speakers included:
  • Paul Richards, Managing Director, Head of Market Practice & Regulatory Policy, ICMA
  • Katie Kelly, Senior Director, Market Practice & Regulatory Policy, ICMA
  • Charlotte Bellamy, Senior Director, Market Practice & Regulatory Policy, ICMA
  • Mushtaq Kapasi, Managing Director, Chief Representative, Asia-Pacific, ICMA


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CEST
 
14:00

  Opening
Bryan Pascoe, Chief Executive, ICMA
14:05

  Welcome remarks
Phil Morgan, CEO, Pirum
14:15

  Introduction
Gareth Allen, Managing Director, UBS; ERCC Chair
14:20

  Keynote: ECB and climate change roadmap on monetary policy and financial market issues
Torsti Silvonen, Deputy Director General - DG Market Operations, European Central Bank
14:35





  Panel discussion: The role of repo in sustainable finance
Moderator: Zhan Chen, Associate, ICMA
Panellists:
Gareth Allen, Managing Director, UBS; ERCC Chair
Claire Coustar, Managing Director, Deutsche Bank
Sam Crawford, Head of Secured Funding Structuring EMEA, BNP Paribas
15:10   Break
15:15






  Panel discussion: Settlement efficiency – getting ready for CSDR
Moderator: Alexander Westphal, ERCC Secretary, ICMA
Panellists:
Lav Lukic, Managing Director – Head of Sovereign Repo, J.P. Morgan
Sachin Mohindra, Executive Director - Market Solutions, Goldman Sachs
James Upton, Commercial Services Director, LCH Limited; ERCC Ops co-chair
Jean-Robert Wilkin, Executive Director, Clearstream
16:00   Event Close




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