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LIBOR 101: Transition Basics for the Single-Family Market
Member Price: $1.00
Nonmember Price: $299.00
Product Code: E2201716BP/REGIS
Date Held:
April 16, 2020





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Description of Product
Date Held:
April 16 
 
Description:
Summary:

One of the most significant transitions to occur in financial markets is the move to phase out LIBOR as the predominant interest rate benchmark. This transition, which will have major impacts on the mortgage industry – including the market for adjustable-rate mortgages – is moving full steam ahead, as LIBOR is expected to be discontinued at or near the end of 2021. Market participants of all types and sizes need to be prepared to handle changes that will be necessary for both new originations and legacy products.

LIBOR 101: Understanding the Basics of the Transition

The LIBOR transition is entering its home stretch. If you haven’t been paying close attention, this session will serve as your chance to catch up, learn what you’ve missed, and see what’s in store in the coming months. We will cover the basics, helping you understand why LIBOR is likely to be discontinued, how regulators and market participants are moving forward, and what alternatives are available.

Date:

Thursday, April 16, 2020

Time:

2:00-2:30 PM ET

Discounts:

This webinar is complimentary to MBA members, please use the promo code WEBINAR upon check out.

Objectives and Topics:

  • Understand why LIBOR may be discontinued
  • Next steps for regulators and market participants
  • Potential alternatives to LIBOR

Speaker(s):

  • Dan Fichtler, Associate Vice President. Housing Finance Policy, Mortgage Bankers Association
  • Paul Noring, Managing Director, Berkeley Research Group, LLC

Who Should Attend?

  • Capital Market professionals
  • Risk Management professionals
  • CFOs and Accounting & Finance Staff
  • System & Pricing Analysts
 
 
Product Category:
Live Webinars 
 
Contact Info:

For registration information, call (800)-793-6222 or email education@mba.org

 
 
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Product:
E2201716BP/REGIS 
 
Title:
LIBOR 101: Transition Basics for the Single-Family Market 
 
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