IBOR to Risk Free Rates: Euribor transition, Paris

Learn how to deal with the implications of the transition to risk free rates on cash products, the treasury and operations functions and derivatives market


IBOR to Risk-Free Rates: Euribor transition

March 11–12, 2020 | Paris

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The Risk Training Ibor series continues with a new course focusing on the transition from Euribor to risk-free rates. 

Attendees will gain a detailed insight into a wide range of areas that will be affected by the Euribor transition including necessary operational changes, accounting implications and fallback provisions.

This course provides an opportunity to discuss working methods and challenges with other experienced professionals.

What will you learn?
  • An update of the current state of the Ibor transition

  • In depth case study on the Euribor transition

  • Understand the accounting implications of the Ibor transition

  • Transaction impact on liquidity and funding

  • Methods for operational preparation

  • How to build an Ibor transition programme

Who should attend?

This course has been designed for anyone in financial services who is working in, and affected by the transition to risk free rates. Relevant departments may include but are not limited to: 

  • Compliance

  • Risk management

  • Derivatives

  • Market infrastructure and policy 

  • Ibor transition

  • Benchmark and control

Agenda highlights
  • Overview of Ibor, risk free rates 

  • Case study: ESTR/EONIA/EURIBOR transition 

  • Scenario driven impact analysis 

  • Accounting implications 

  • Transition impact on liquidity and funding 

  • Operational preparation and considerations

  • Fallback provisions 

  • Building your Ibor programme 

CPD / CPE Accreditation


CPD Accreditation

This course is CPD (Continued Professional Development) accredited and will allow you to earn up to 12 credits. One credit is awarded for every hour of learning at the event.

CPE Member

CPE Accreditation

This course is CPE (Continuing Professional Education) accredited and will allow you to earn up to 12 credits. One credit is awarded for every hour of learning at the event in accordance with the standards of the National Registry of CPE Sponsors.

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