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Webcast: What comes after the CCP discounting switch?

Start: 12 Jan 2021 11:30 PM (CET)

Despite the severe disruptions to businesses across 2020, financial market participants have continued to make meaningful progress towards IBOR transition and the use of RFRs. A crucial part of this reform was the CCP discounting switch, but with this now accomplished firms can start to reflect on what the next practical steps in their projects should be.

Whilst there are many uncertainties, we can now reflect upon what 2021 will look like from a business perspective and the challenges that will have to be negotiated. How, for instance, should firms go about implementing the ISDA fallback or alternatives? What are the implications for portfolio management, and from a market perspective what does this mean for liquidity and trading opportunities?


  • Eske Traberg Smidt, Global Head of Rates and Credit Trading, Danske Markets
  • Emiliano Papa, Director Head of Rates and FX, Deutsche Bank
  • Nabil Owadally, Derivatives Fund Manager, BMO Asset Management
  • Lee Bartholomew, Head of Fixed Income Derivatives Product R&D, Eurex

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