IBOR transition services

In Banking and capital markets

What EY can do for you

An IBOR transition is a significant multiyear transformation initiative for most global financial and nonfinancial institutions with exposure to IBOR-linked products and instruments, contracts, process, models and systems.

We have extensive experience in assisting institutions in the mobilization and execution of IBOR transition initiatives across all major currencies. We also assisted ISDA and other industry trade associations in developing the IBOR Global Benchmark Transition Report 2018 based on a global survey of financial market participants.

The global cross-functional EY teams operate across the five major regions, including the Americas, the United Kingdom, Europe, Switzerland and Asia-Pacific (Singapore, Hong Kong, Tokyo and Australia). We have aligned resources with product knowledge across derivatives, floating rate notes, structured products, and corporate and consumer loans. In addition, EY teams comprise subject matter resources across legal, finance, accounting, tax, treasury, risk management, and technology. EY teams seamlessly operate, with access to industry-leading professionals who understand the complexities of your industry.

We regularly host industry roundtables and conferences on this topic in major financial centers around the world, and publish thought leadership and newsletters to inform market participants on the latest developments.

EY teams have developed a broad suite of service offerings, tools and accelerators to help our clients manage this complex transition. Our service offerings are tailored based on the size, complexity, product mix, and specific requirements of each institution.

The broad EY service offerings include:

IBOR transition webinar – a certainty not a choice

Our webinar focuses on the key market developments, transition timelines, market adoption and liquidity, term rates, and operational readiness.


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