Libor transition survey – a smooth or rocky path ahead?

Aaron Woolner
By Aaron Woolner February 10, 2020 14:52

Libor transition survey – a smooth or rocky path ahead?

The 2021 deadline for transitioning away from Libor, and the other interbank offer rates (Ibors), which provide the pricing benchmark for a $400 trillion dollars notional of underlying financial instruments is rapidly approaching.

A packed house at Airline Economics recent Dublin Growth Frontiers Summit showed the aviation sector’s keen interest in the issue but how significantly it will affect the industry and how much preparation needs to be done is less obvious.

Regulators and industry associations have worked tirelessly to make this complex process work as smoothly as possible but issues remain, particularly around legacy transactions.

Airline Economics
 would like to assess how prepared airlines and lessors are for the transition away from lbors. This survey is designed to determine level of preparedness as well as highlights the main concerns and challenges end-users are facing during this process.

Please click here for the survey https://www.research.net/r/AELiborTransition

Your responses will be anonymous. Any comments entered in this survey may be used anonymously by Aviation News Ltd. View our privacy policy.

The responses will feature in an upcoming issue of Airline Economics and if you would like to contact the journalist writing the story please email – aaron@aviationnews-online.com

Aaron Woolner
By Aaron Woolner February 10, 2020 14:52