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Libor Transition Client Briefing Sessions

A series of virtual sessions for clients who are preparing for the transition away from LIBOR. Hear from our subject matter experts on industry developments and the required next steps to ensure a smooth transition.

Upcoming sessions

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LIBOR Transition: Update and next steps

Join us as we discuss the latest market developments, key upcoming milestones and considerations for next steps in the transition.

Session 1:  7 December 2020, 7:00 PM New York

                             8 December 2020, 8:00 AM Singapore

Session 2:  9 December 2020, 9:00 AM London/5:00 PM Singapore

Both sessions cover the same content.

Register below for the session of your convenience.

Session 1Session 2

Past Sessions

A list of briefing sessions that we have conducted.

LIBOR Transition: Update and next steps

10 November and 12 November 2020

Stay up to date with LIBOR transition timelines, RFR market developments, the Bank's transition plans and RFR capabilities.

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Standard Chartered LIBOR Transition Virtual Client Sessions: Update and next steps (October 2020)

10 November and 12 November 2020

Stay up to date with LIBOR transition timelines, RFR market developments, the Bank's transition plans and RFR capabilities.

Click here to download the presentation.

The event and the related information shared with you are provided for general information only. Whilst Standard Chartered Bank (“SCB”) endeavours to ensure the information shared in the event is current, SCB cannot guarantee its accuracy in this rapidly evolving environment. In addition, SCB does not represent that the risks highlighted in the event and in the related material are complete. None of the information provided in the event and the related material should be taken as constituting financial, investment, accounting, legal, regulatory, tax or other advice or as a recommendation, an invitation or inducement to enter into, amend, or alter, any financial contracts or investment activities.

If you have further questions or would like to know more about the transition, please visit the dedicated LIBOR and Other Benchmarks webpage.

LIBOR Transition

Find out more about LIBOR transition and what you can do to prepare yourself for it

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