IBOR Europe

Reviewing the latest trends and challenges surrounding LIBOR transition and the adoption of alternative reference rates


5 November, 2019 | London

Reviewing transition progress and future outcomes

Adoption of new reference rates and risk free rates replacing LIBOR

Reviewing requirements across jurisdictions and impact on global institutions margin

Global variations transitioning to term rates from overnight rates

Proactive engagement of stakeholders

Limiting conduct risk and ensuring customer satisfaction and knowledge

Impact on liquidity in markets under alternative reference rates

Developing transition plans to ensure operational readiness


Alan Farrell
Executive Director, Corporate Treasury, LIBOR Transition
Goldman Sachs

Ian Fox

Ian Fox
Group IBOR Transition Director
Lloyds Banking Group


Emiliano Papa
Director, Quantitative Analyst
Deutsche Bank


Sandeep Bhorkar
Director, IBOR transition
Société Générale


Vinay Reddy
Director, Legal

Phil Lloyd
Head of Market Structure & Regulatory Customer Engagement
NatWest Markets

Cross, Sebastien

Sebastien Cross
UK Rates Strategist
Bank of America


Ilaria Filippi
Director, Legal Counsel – EMEA
Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation Europe Limited


Elizabeth McGowan
LIBOR Transition Office, International Lead
Wells Fargo

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Lena Young
Head of Audit Liquidity
and Funding
Credit Suisse

Why attend?

The announcement of a global phase out of LIBOR will begin to impact financial institutions as they move towards a final transition ahead of 2021, with impacts and potential consequences remaining uncertain. The transition to alternative rates raises a number of questions and poses a number of hurdles in terms of infrastructure and re-documentation. Although the discontinuation of use of IBORs presses ahead, what the final rate looks like globally remains uncertain as disparities emerge in alternatives, questions remain in terms of the impact of the change on financial institutions, treatment of current contracts, impact to clients and impact to liquidity, markets and funding to highlight just a few.

The Center for Financial Professionals brings together experts from across the industry leading the drive to define transition terms and minimise impact on markets. This one day Forum will explore some of the key areas for consideration and progress towards a final reference rate that can be adopted across the industry. Just some of the key topics to be addressed include; System setup, Liquidity in markets, Conduct risk, Communication, Term and risk free rates, Global regulation and much more!


Can your organisation contribute? Please contact the Center for Financial Professionals today to discuss how we can deliver your thought-leadership at the event, help you generate leads, and provide you with unique networking and branding opportunities. For more information on what we can offer, please contact sales@cefpro.com or call us on +44 (0) 20 7164 6582 where a member of the team will be happy to tailor the right package for you.

08:00 Registration and morning coffee

08:50 Chair’s opening remarks

09:00 Exploring current issues and events which have developed around LIBOR transition and anticipated future outcomes

  • ISDA Protocol
  • Accounting rules
  • Progress on legislation to enable transition and progress
  • Term Rate use case in the UK
  • Programme governance & project management
  • Future outlook

Nabonita Banerjee, EMEA Programme Lead, IBOR Transition, EBR, Nomura
Ian Fox, Group IBOR Transition Director, Lloyds Banking Group
Vinay Reddy, Director, Legal, Barclays
Daniel Wynne, IBOR Transition SME, National Australia Bank

09:40 Understanding the full scope of regulatory involvement in transition and how firms will be judged on their activities

  • Local and global regulators
    • Regulators pressure to start issuing in new ARRs
  • Gaining clarity on supervisory involvement
  • What will be deemed successful or inefficient?
  • Updates on Term rates and ISDA protocol
  • Understanding regulatory priorities
  • Will firms be audited?
  • Pre-cessation trigger – How is representativeness measured?
  • Is LIBOR a market driven or a regulatory driven standard?
  • Managing multiple regulatory programmes – FRTB, IRRBB, CRD5, BCBS239

Navin Rauniar, CMB LIBOR Transition LeadHSBC

10:15 Morning refreshment break and networking

10:45 Investigating the pace of adoption and characteristics of risk-free rates and how the industry is being impacted by the transformation

  • Characteristics of different RFRs vs. IBORs
  • Pace of adoption across SONIA, SOFR and €STR
    • Swaps, futures, loans and debt issuance
  • Development of term RFRs
  • Corporates and buy side transition
  • Managing risk to the organisation and volatility in rates

Sebastien Cross, UK Rates Strategist, Bank of America

11:20 Reviewing modelling frameworks for risk free rates replacing LIBOR

  • Assumptions, definitions, construction of the Risk-free Rate curves
  • The dynamics of Term Rates constructed from Risk-Free daily Rates
  • Pricing of futures and swaps
  • Modification introduced on the LIBOR Market Model
  • Extension to Cross-currency interest rate models

Emiliano Papa, Director, Quantitative Analyst, Deutsche Bank

11:55 Reviewing rate options, fall back language and pace of adoption across the major currencies and the ability to work across multiple jurisdictions

  • EU, US, UK, Switzerland, Japan – Differences in the choice and use of ARRs, development of Term ARRs
  • Cross currency/ multicurrency product management
    • Variations in rate behaviour
    • Transitioning and timelines
  • Altering product offerings based on region
  • Changes to pricing
  • Triggers of when LIBOR will end
  • Global alignment and consistency – Fallback language, ISDA protocol, (pre)cessation triggers

Phil Lloyd, Head of Market Structure & Regulatory Customer Engagement, NatWest Markets
Ilaria Filippi, Director, Legal Counsel – EMEA, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation Europe Limited
Alaistair Sharp, Head of Short Term Interest Rate Trading London, Credit Suisse
Elizabeth McGowan, LIBOR Transition Office, International Lead, Wells Fargo

12:35 Lunch break and networking

1:35 LIBORATION: A Practical Way to Thrive in Transition Uncertainty – An Analysis of Accenture’s 2019 LIBOR Survey

  • Unprepared for a Complex Transition
  • Industry Confliction and a Conflicted Industry
  • Is Overconfidence Increasing Risk
  • Drivers and Passengers on the Path to 2021
  • Accelerating Toward an Effective Transition

Venetia Woo, Principal Director and North American Regulatory Lead, Accenture Finance & Risk

2:10 Examining global variations and challenges of transitioning from overnight rates to term rates

  • Differences in LIBOR / IBOR vs ARRs
  • Adoption of term rates
    • US, UK, Europe and Japan forward looking term rates development
    • Switzerland – compounded in arrears
  • Differences in current rates vs new rates
  • Calculating the spread component – Credit premium
  • Other options to consider
  • Using term rates for a niche portion of the cash market
  • Representativeness test

Steve Bullock, Head of Benchmark Submission & Supervision, Lloyds Banking Group

2:45 Discussing proactive engagement and education campaigns for customers, clients, corporates and internal teams

  • Understanding new products offerings before launching communication strategy
  • Getting staff up to speed on the key questions
  • Explaining differences in new ARRs vs LIBOR
  • Adapting education based on the audience
  • Promoting the new ARRs make business sense and are the best option for customers
  • Spreading international awareness
  • Using engagement and education to reduce conduct risk

Phil Lloyd, Head of Market Structure & Regulatory Customer Engagement, NatWest Markets

3:20 Afternoon refreshment break and networking

3:50 Managing conduct and governance risks in the IBOR transition

  • Managing regulatory risk in IBOR transition plan – FCA & PRA focus on identifying and managing the conduct risks associated with the IBOR transition
  • Managing client communication
  • SMCR (briefing senior managers & what metrics should they have, what can we learn from recent enforcements around Management Information)
  • Enforcement and litigation risks
  • Prudential considerations
  • Product governance under MIFID2

Penny Miller, Financial Services Partner, Simmons & Simmons

4:25 Exploring current liquidity in markets and the anticipated developments with the introduction of alternative reference rates

  • Liquidity trends in SOFR, SONIA and ESTER
  • Building confidence in the market and new reference rates
  • Encouragement of trading to develop liquidity
  • Taking risk and entering into transactions
    • Risk of paying too much or moving onto an unconfirmed rate
  • Impacts on pricing
  • Managing volatility
  • Will liquidity growth be significant enough to support markets post 2021 and LIBOR cessation?

Alan Farrell, Executive Director, Corporate Treasury, LIBOR Transition,  Goldman Sachs

5:00 Understanding how firms can develop internal transition plans, systems and modelling to ensure they are operationally ready

  • Dividing the business into dependencies and exposure
  • Parallel runs – Impact on RWAs and reporting
  • Designing a strong governance programme
  • Models which work across multiple rates, jurisdictions and assumptions
  • Systems to accommodate transition – Legacy systems, calculations and manual overlays
  • Systems provided by third parties and vendors
  • Resource management – Budgets and bearing the cost of transition

Lena Young, Head of Audit Liquidity and Funding, Credit Suisse
Sandeep Bhorkar, Director, IBOR Transition, Société Générale
Doug Laurie, Director, Programme Lead, Wholesale Lending Technology and Change, Barclays
Chris Palmer, Managing Director, Finance & Business Management, Global Lead of Firmwide LIBOR Transition Program, JP Morgan

5:40 Chair’s Closing Remarks

5:50 End of Forum

Nabonita Banerjee, EMEA Programme Lead, IBOR Transition, EBR, Nomura

Nabonita leads the LIBOR and other IBOR transition programmes along with implementation of European Benchmark Regulation at Nomura. She was one of the key pen holders of Nomura’s response to the Bank of England’s 2018   Dear CEO letter on LIBOR transition. Nabonita is Nomura’s representative on the AFME IBOR Transition Working Group and also represent at various industry forums and is also responsible for implementation of all aspects of European Benchmark regulations for Nomura both as an user and as an administrator.

Sandeep Bhorkar
Sandeep Bhorkar, Director, IBOR transition, Société Générale

Sandeep is a senior technology leader with over 25 years of experience in managing technology and enterprise-wide transformation programmes for banking sector.
Currently, he is leading IBOR transition for Capital Markets business at Société Générale. Before Société Générale, he worked with Crédit Agricole, where he managed regional technology teams and built a global outsourcing programme.
Prior to his transfer to London three years ago, Sandeep has led teams with diverse cultural backgrounds in a variety of senior leadership roles in Tokyo and Hong Kong.

Steve Bullock
Steve Bullock, Head of Benchmark Submission & Supervision, Lloyds Banking Group

Steve currently heads up the Lloyds Bank Group Corporate Treasury Benchmark Submission & Supervision team which has a primary focus on LIBOR submissions and oversight of other benchmark activities. Lloyds are a contributor to CHF, EUR, GBP, JPY and USD LIBOR he is also playing an active role in Lloyds Banking Groups wider IBOR transition program.

Steve has worked at Lloyds for c24 years across a variety of funding related roles and commenced his current Benchmark role in 2014.

Steve is currently a member of the ICE LIBOR Oversight Committee and was also a member of the Sterling Risk Free Rate Term Sub-Group.

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Sebastien Cross, UK Rates Strategist, Bank of America

Sebastien Cross is the UK rates strategist for Bank of America Merrill Lynch. He covers both the cash and derivatives markets in GBP rates as part of the European Rates Research team at BofAML. He is also heavily involved in BofAML’s research coverage of IBOR transition, writing regular updates on the progress made in transitioning to risk-free rates. His other regular research reports include contributions to BofAML’s flagship rates research publication the Global Rates Weekly, UK Watches and Viewpoints. He has an MSc in Finance & Economics from Warwick Business School and a BA in Economics from the University of Sheffield. He is based in London.

Alan Farrell, Executive Director, Corporate Treasury, LIBOR Transition, Goldman Sachs

Alan Farrell will be presenting at the IBOR Europe Forum.

ILaria Filippi, Director, Legal Counsel – EMEA, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation Europe Limited

Ilaria is Legal Counsel at SMBC where she provides advice to the bank on the application of relevant laws and regulations, including competition law, financial benchmarks (including LIBOR discontinuation and transitioning to risk free rates), data protection and cross border marketing and licensing rules, in particular in relation to regulatory matters applicable to financial services, litigation and multi-jurisdictional investigations.

Prior to joining SMBC, Ilaria worked in private practice in London as a competition lawyer, where she was involved in advising clients on all aspects of EU and UK competition law, including M&A transactions, regulatory investigations and litigation before the EU and UK courts.

Ilaria holds a business and economics degree. She is and English qualified solicitor and a US attorney (State of Texas).

Ian Fox
Ian Fox, Group IBOR Transition Director, Lloyds Banking Group

Ian has over 30 years Treasury experience, most recently having been responsible for funding and liquidity for Lloyds Banking Group since its creation in 2009. He is now responsible for leading the group-wide programme to achieve transition from IBORs to Risk-Free Rates.

Ian is a member of the Working Group on Sterling Risk-Free Reference Rates and co-chair of the Term Rate Use Case Task Force. He is also Deputy Chairman of the London Money Market Association.

Doug Laurie
Doug Laurie, Director, Programme Lead, Wholesale Lending Technology and Change, Barclays

Doug Laurie will be presenting at the IBOR Europe Forum.

Phil Lloyd
Phil Lloyd, Head of Market Structure & Regulatory Customer Engagement, NatWest Markets

Phil leads NatWest Markets’ customer engagement on external Market Structure and Regulatory Reforms, an everdynamic area given that industry developments are accelerating rather than drawing breath. Engaging all types of customers across multiple asset classes and regions globally, Phil has a wealth of knowledge when it comes toNatWest Markets’ business, having joined the Markets Graduate Programme many years ago following completionof his Masters in Economics. His breadth of experience, given previous roles in Sales, Account Planning and Strategy, has been invaluable in providing him with the basis on which he has built a well-rounded approach to regulatory change.

In recent years, he has taken the lead in implementing many key post-crisis regulatory reforms, including Dodd- Frank, EMIR and MiFID II. Most recently Phil has been leading the client engagement strategy for Brexit and IBOR reform and is an active member of the Risk-Free Rates (RFRs) forums that are shaping this pivotal market reform.

Elizabeth McGowan, LIBOR Transition Office, International Lead, Wells Fargo

Structured finance professional with over 18 years’ industry experience, holding a degree in mathematics. Currently working in Wells Fargo’s LIBOR Transition Office as the International Lead. Previously held a Director position in the Loan Syndications and Risk Distribution department of the Corporate & Investment Bank in Wells Fargo Bank London branch, providing both secured and unsecured financing to international clients.

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Penny Miller, Financial Services Partner, Simmons & Simmons

Penny is a partner in one of the largest financial services regulatory practices in London and is the global regulatory lead on Simmons’ IBOR project team. She specialises in a range of UK and EU regulatory matters, including advising financial institutions on product regulation and the impact of current and future regulation on transactions relating to derivatives, structured finance and retail structured products. In addition, Penny is advising extensively on Prospectur directive PRIIPs, the Benchmark Regulation and MiFID2 as well as regulating people under the Senior Managers Regime and managing related conduct risk and culture issues.

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Chris Palmer, Managing Director, Finance & Business Management, Global Lead of Firmwide LIBOR Transition Program, JP Morgan

Chris has over 20 years banking experience across 3 continents focusing primarily on project implementation across the Markets and Controls area.

Chris began his investment Banking career in Operational Risk before running the Commodities Middle Office, including managing the expansion into Asia where he was located for 4 years.

Chris also leads the implementation of Front Office Supervision programs across the Corporate and Investment Bank at JP Morgan and is currently leading the LIBOR Transition Program Firmwide.

Emiliano Papa, Director, Quantitative Analyst, Deutsche Bank

Emiliano moved to Deutsche Bank from Bank of America where he was a quant in Rates for 5 years. Emiliano graduated with PhD in Theoretical Physics from Oxford University. He then became a Lecturer at the University of Texas at Austin in Theoretical Physics. He was also a Visiting Scholar at California Institute of Technology.

Navin Rauniar
Navin Rauniar, CMB LIBOR Transition LeadHSBC

Navin is a Director with over 16 years’ experience in advising the sell side on front to back risk and regulatory matters. Navin specialises in the delivery of prudential regulation such as IBOR Transition, Brexit, FRTB, IRRBB, Basel IV, CRR 2 and CRD V for Tier One & Tier Two financial institutions. Navin is currently leading the IBOR workstream for HSBC. He also worked as a Senior Manager at a leading global advisory firm where he led the analysis of the impact of the IBOR Transition on financial institutions.

Prior to this, Navin spent 15 years in the industry working in global run-the-bank and change-the-bank roles for Credit Suisse, RBS, Commerzbank and JP Morgan across Front Office, CRO and Operations. Navin is a member of the Professional Risk Managers Association and sits on the London Chapter Steering Committee. Navin supports the financial services industry via mentoring of capital markets professionals, and is a regular speaker at risk, regulatory & thought leadership events.

Vinay Reddy, Director, Legal, Barclays

Vinay Reddy is a Director in the Markets Legal division of Barclays. His areas of coverage include various trading and structuring business lines, governance considerations, regulatory reform and Benchmarks including IBOR Transition. Mr. Reddy has headed the legal coverage of Barclays Risk Analytics and Index Solutions (BRAIS) before it was acquired by Bloomberg and was also involved in the set up of the new administration division in Barclays, Barclays Index Administration. He is a member of the Administration Oversight Forum in Barclays and has been heavily involved in the implementation of the EU Benchmarks Regulation (Regulation) within Barclays as well as in IBOR transition workstreams. He is an active participant in industry discussions on Benchmarks Regulation and IBOR transition. He is also a member of IBA’s LIBOR Oversight Committee. Prior to joining Barclays, Mr. Reddy has worked at Clifford Chance and Paul Hastings respectively with a focus on general finance matters. Mr Reddy completed his undergraduate law degree at the National Law School of India University and Masters degrees focusing on business law at the University of Oxford and the University of Michigan respectively. Mr. Reddy is the recipient of a Chevening scholarship and a Grotius fellowship.

Alaistair Sharp, Head of Short Term Interest Rate Trading London Credit Suisse

Alaistair started market making Sonia OIS in March 1998, a year after the index was introduced. He has seen the market develop from a niche product with very low liquidity and highly volatile prices, to a mainstream benchmark, with the advent of FRA/OIS trading post Libor blowout in 2007, and finally to the principal benchmark chosen for LIBOR transition. He has also seen the repo equivalent index, Ronia, launch in June 2011 and its subsequent failure to gain traction in financial markets. He participated in the deliberations of the working groups that choose Sonia as the Sterling RFR and made recommendations for Term Sonia Reference Rates and chaired the sub working group on Sonia Futures design specifications.

Venetia Woo, Principal Director and North American Regulatory Lead, Accenture Finance & Risk

Venetia is a Principal Director and a Global Libor Transition co-lead for Accenture. She is also the North American Regulatory Strategy Lead for Accenture Finance & Risk. In her role, she leads offering development and serves as client subject matter advisor on the practice’s LIBOR transition program, overseeing activities from assessment through execution. She also participates in global initiatives such as ARRC’s Outreach and Communication Working group. Venetia is also the Global Structural Reform Lead and is responsible for advising large institutions and fintechs in regulatory legal entity structures and applications, new regulations, and remediation matters. You can reach Venetia at: venetia.w.woo@accenture.com.

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Daniel Wynne, IBOR Transition SME, National Australia Bank

Daniel is the SME to National Australia Bank’s Benchmark Reform Project. Based in the UK branch he is focused on ensuring compliance with EU BMR and providing guidance on new RFR product development and monitoring industry trends.

Prior to working at NAB, Daniel has worked on a number of regulatory projects across the markets business at large financial institutions and previously ran an interest rate derivative structuring and trading desk.


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Lena Young, Head of Audit Liquidity and Funding, Credit Suisse

Lena is Head of Audit Liquidity and Funding at Credit Suisse since June 2015, covering liquidity and funding across both the 1st LoD and 2nd LoD. Prior to CS, she was Global Head of Liquidity Reporting and Analytics in Barclays Group Treasury, responsible for all liquidity regulatory reporting to the PRA and global MI reporting, and European Head of Treasury Capital Markets at Morgan Stanley.  Lena holds a degree in Economics from Stockholm School of Economics, majoring in Financial Economics and Econometrics.

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