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ICMA's Official Sector Panel on the Transition to Risk Free Rates
This virtual event presented an opportunity to hear from the UK Financial Conduct Authority, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, the Swiss National Bank, and the European Central Bank about progress and the remaining challenges in the transition from LIBOR/interbank offered rates to risk-free rates, international coordination, and key messages from the official sector for market firms in the run-up to the end of 2021.
Market structure and liquidity in the U.S. Treasury and agency mortgage-backed security (MBS) markets: Mortgage Bankers Association National Secondary Market Conference and Expo, New York City, May 2016
Remarks at the Mortgage Bankers Association National Secondary Market Conference and Expo, New York City.
Transitioning Away From LIBOR: Understanding SOFR’s Strengths and Considering the Path Forward
Remarks at the Bank Policy Institute’s Credit-Sensitive Benchmark Symposium (delivered via videoconference).
Act Now, and Choose Wisely
Remarks at the 2021 ISDA North America Conference (delivered via videoconference).
2020: The Time is Now: Presentation by Nathaniel Wuerffel at the ISDA and SIFMA AMG Benchmark Strategies Forum
Joint presentation delivered by Nathaniel Wuerffel, Senior Vice President at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Tom Wipf, Chair of the Alternative Reference Rates Committee and Vice Chairman of Institutional Securities at Morgan Stanley, and Harri Vikstedt, Senior Director at the Bank of Canada. This presentation was delivered at the International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA) and Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association's Asset Management Group (SIFMA AMG) Benchmark Strategies Forum on February 12, 2020.
Benchmark Reform and Transition to Risk-Free Rates
This panel covered three main issues: first, progress on the transition to risk-free rates so far, despite the market impact of the coronavirus pandemic; second, remaining challenges to complete implementation of the transition in time, including legacy issues; and third, the importance of international coordination, how this works and what it involves. Panel with Nathaniel Wuerffel, Senior Vice President at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, and the following individuals: Edwin Schooling Latter, Director of Markets and Wholesale Policy, UK Financial Conduct Authority, Cornelia ...
A Resolution for 2021: No New LIBOR
Remarks at the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association’s LIBOR Transition Forum (delivered via videoconference).