KPMG Executive Briefing

5 June 2019, 8:30AM - 10:30AM, ICT

As LIBOR transition is under way towards an effective date of 31 December 2021, KPMG believes that migration to alternative rates will present significant challenges to several processes involving long-dated instruments referencing LIBOR. We also believe that the transition will entail significant work and risk as firms must re-assess valuation methodologies, renegotiate existing contracts, and revisit market risk profile and hedging strategies. Replacing this long-standing benchmark could also introduce legal, customer, and conduct risks with implications for product design and client communication strategies.   

Our experience working on this matter with Financial Institutions both globally and in the region has shown that planning towards the transition needs to start now.

KPMG is pleased to invite you to our executive briefing on 3 June 2019, where our subject matter experts will share insights around the following:

  • Instruments impacted by the transition
  • Key risks and challenges
  • How firms should be organised in response to the transition
  • Industry insights gained from outreach surveys and live projects
  • Potential solutions       



Who should attend

(1) Chief Risk Officer or Head of Market Risk
(2) Head of Treasury or ALM 
(3) Trading and Sales Officers in money market, fixed income, capital market products and derivatives




08:30    Registration and breakfast

09:00    Session starts

10:30    End of session




Seats are limited to three participants per company, so early registration is recommended. For more information, please contact:


Khun Jariya Tel: 086 310 9402

Khun Suphapatch Tel: 085 553 7549



KPMG Boardroom, 48th Floor, Empire Tower,

1 South Sathorn Road, Bangkok Map


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