Investment advisers and other financial entities are facing changes and uncertainties associated with the transition away from U.S. Dollar LIBOR. In this webinar, the panel will discuss next steps for advisers to take in the face of changes and uncertainty in this critical interest rate benchmark, assessment, planning, and implementation of alternatives.
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Graham Broyd, Principal at Treliant Risk Advisors, leads Treliant’s Global Markets practice, working with regulators, large international banks, and law firms on preventing, remediating, and investigating conduct and compliance issues stemming from banks’ trading floor activities. Graham has been actively engaged in the global banking and markets business for almost 35 years. He is an original member of the Federal Reserve’s Alternative Reference Rate Committee (ARRC) and led their working group on LIBOR Transition.
Matthew Klein is Senior Counsel with Vanguard. He joined Vanguard in 2016 after spending time as General Counsel to S3 Partners and as Vice President to Highbridge Capital Management. Matthew earned his Juris Doctor from Seton Hall University and a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from Rider University.
Tess Virmani is Senior Vice President & Associate General Counsel of the Loan Syndications and Trading Association (LSTA). She works with the LSTA’s Primary Market Committee and Trade Practices and Forms Committee on legal projects for the development, standardization and revision of the LSTA’s documentation and is also involved in resolving secondary loan market trading disruptions. In addition, Tess participates in the LSTA’s advocacy efforts, including engagement with regulators and working on industry solutions to address market developments.
Paul Glenn is IAA Special Counsel and started at the IAA in 2006. He has worked at the US Securities and Exchange Commission as a trial attorney and special counsel in the Division of Enforcement and the Office of General Counsel, respectively. Paul also has experience working for the OCC (OTS), and two financial institutions.
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Registration for the live webinar closes on Tuesday, April 23 at noon ET.
IAA Members and IAA Associate Members: The live webinar and a link to the recording are complimentary.
Non-Member Registration Fees: The live webinar is $250 (per computer logon). The recording will be available for purchase after April 24. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to purchase the recording ($250).
For questions regarding this webinar, contact the IAA at (202) 293-4222 or email email@example.com.