The LIBOR Transition: Fallback Curve Analysis

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12 March 2020
United States

With less than two years left until the expected end of LIBOR and other interbank lending rate (IBOR) benchmarks, the transition to Alternative Reference Rates (ARRs) is entering a critical phase. The stars are aligned for a turning point when LCH SwapClear and CME Clearing shift from using federal funds rates to SOFR for discounting and Price Alignment Interest (PAI) calculations of US dollar interest rate derivatives in October 2020, plus the publication of ISDA’s final parameters on LIBOR fallbacks expected in the first half of 2020.

Given the significance of these changes, the LIBOR transition will be a demanding and complex process for the industry. It is crucial for market participants to fully understand the technical components of these changes to ensure readiness for the immediate and long-term impacts of the transition.

In this webinar, Liang Wu provides a status update on ISDA’s latest developments on benchmark fallbacks for moving derivatives off IBORs, the likely approach for calculating the fallback rates, and how this will impact fallback curves.

In addition, he demonstrates how you can use Numerix’s CrossAsset Python SDK to build out a what-if analysis that illustrates how different fallback spreads will impact the P&L of swaps of various tenors.

Liang discusses:

  • Status update on ISDA’s IBOR fallback consultation
  • How fallbacks will work, coverage (by tenor and currency), and timelines
  • Technical demonstration:
    • Brief review: curve construction in a multi-curve environment
    • Brief review: impact of switching from OIS to SOFR discounting
    • P&L impact analysis for LIBOR fallback curves

Speaker - Liang Wu, Executive Director of Financial Engineering & Head of CrossAsset Product Management, Numerix

Moderator - Moderator: Greg Murray, Vice President, Product & Field Marketing, Numerix

Event details

Industry or Business Focus
Banking, Capital Markets, Corporate Banking, Financial Risk, Insurance, Investment Management, Life & Health Insurance, Operational Risk, Property & Casualty Insurance, Retail Banking, Risk & Compliance, Securities & Investments, Wealth Management
Geographic Focus
Asia-Pacific, EMEA, LATAM, North America
Format
Webinar