Moving Away from LIBOR:
Are you ready?
Duration: 1 hour
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) announced plans to retire LIBOR by 2021 because of LIBOR's inherent structural weakness. This change is estimated to impact over $350 trillion worth of contracts, and to manage the transition, companies and financial institutions alike must review every aspect of their business that uses the LIBOR and all other IBOR-based benchmarks.
Such a gargantuan effort requires a scalable, measured approach supported by purpose-built technologies. You need to consider solutions that deliver a secure and intelligent platform to automate updates and approvals of impacted contracts.
View this webinar to:
- Understand the challenges and potential impact to your business
- Determine key steps to start preparing for the change
- Understand why an integrated technology approach can help streamline this transition
AVP, Systems Integrators & Global Partner Solutions
Erik has been developing new products and bringing them to market for 20 years, resulting in hundreds of millions of dollars of exits and revenue generated. Prior to leading strategy at SpringCM, Erik was Founder and CEO of SimpleRelevance, a highly acclaimed machine learning platform to optimize digital marketing. In 2015, SimpleRelevance sold to Rise Interactive, where Erik led the Account Strategy and Personalization business units. He and his companies have been featured in the Wall St. Journal, Associated Press, Crain's Chicago Business, The Chicago Tribune, and a variety of other publications. He regularly writes columns on innovation and entrepreneurship for outlets including Fortune and Forbes.
Lynn Sumlin is a Director at Seal Software. Lynn works closely with Seal’s financial services clients. Prior to joining Seal, Lynn practiced law for over 20 years and was partner in banking practice of an international law firm. She concentrated her legal career in serving the financial services industry, including handling a wide variety of regulatory, commercial financial, securities and corporate transactions.