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2nd Edition Benchmark Rates Reform in the Derivatives Market

Address how global efforts to reform the benchmark rate and end Libor will impact derivatives valuations and legacy trades

14-15 Nov 2019
Marriott Canary Wharf, London, United Kingdom

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Conference Speakers

Tilman Lueder
Head of Securities Market
European Commission

Tom Prickett
Managing Director, Co-Head EMEA
JP Morgan

Alan Farrell
Executive Director, Corporate Treasury - Libor Transition
Goldman Sachs

Bernard Delcour
Head of Rates Trading Europe
ING

Matthew Prockter
Director for Product Control Valuations
Barclays

Eske Traberg Smidt
Head Global Rates Trading
Danske Bank

Frances Hinden
Vice President, Treasury Operations
Shell International Ltd

Diana Ribeiro
Deputy Head of Rates and Credit
Lloyds Banking Group

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Address how global efforts to reform the benchmark rate and end Libor will impact derivatives valuations and legacy trades