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KPMG Asset Management Series

LIBOR Reform Impact on Asset Managers

LIBOR Reform Impact on Asset Managers

KPMG Asset Management Series

14:15 – 15:30, 11 January 2021

The going away of LIBOR by end of 2021 creates a variety of challenges for asset managers around the world. LIBOR is currently used within a broad range of financial instruments involving trillions in notional value, so institutions can expect the LIBOR transition to significantly impact a number of their functions and businesses. As efforts continue worldwide to implement alternative risk-free rates (RFR), individual firms must assess and plan for how their products, infrastructures, and customers could be affected by the transition away from LIBOR. Asset managers face a number of sector-specific challenges and risks in this environment.

  • Contracting and Documentation
  • Pricing and Valuations
  • Systems and Technology
  • Risk Models
  • Communication with stakeholders and investors

This session is the fourth in the KPMG Asset Management Series, covering the latest asset management trends and investment drivers.

Should you have any queries, please contact Tracy Leung at +852 2685 7381.

Speakers

Tom Jenkins Partner, Financial Risk Management Hong Kong KPMG China

Michael Monteforte Partner, Financial Risk Management Hong Kong KPMG China

Connie Kang Director Hong Kong KPMG China

Matthew Sung Director, Asset Management Hong Kong KPMG China

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