LIBOR and resulting changes are and have been a big topic for all of us. In 2015 we first shared insights from Oswald Grübel and Daniel Zuberbühler in a joint event with SFI. In 2019 five speakers shed light at LIBOR from different angles – implications for financial markets and end consumers. And we will continue the journey on 28.01.2021 with an online event: LIBOR – what will happen next?
In September 2008, a former member of the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee, Willem Buiter, described London Inter-bank Offered Rate (Libor) as “the rate at which banks don’t lend to each other”, and called for its replacement.
LIBOR – What will happen next on 28.01.2021
The final LIBOR cessation is close – what is happening next in the Swiss, European and UK market? LIBOR – what will happen next? features Andreas Giannopoulos, Dr. Andreas Bitz, Andreas Bork and Peter Woeste Christensen. You can register here.
LIBOR – Past, present and future. Mini-workshop format on 11.02.2019
LIBOR – Past, Present and Future featured five angles from our speakers: Jean-Noël Ardouin, Christian Behm, Serena Fioravanti, Martin Bardenhewer, Andreas Bitz. They shed light on LIBOR and outline the implications for financial markets and end consumers. See photos.