IBOR Transition - Challenges and impacts for Corporate treasurers. South Africa’s major corporates seem not to have awakened yet to the fact that in a few years interbank offered rates (such as LIBOR and JIBOR) will transition to alternative reference rates
South Africa’s major corporates seem not to have awakened yet to the fact that in a few years interbank offered rates (such as LIBOR and JIBOR) will transition to alternative reference rates.
This transition will be one of the most significant transformations of interest rate benchmarks in the last 25 years, but are major corporate treasurers fully aware of the challenges ahead? How can they ensure their business is well prepared to handle the possible disruption caused by this transition?
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