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WEBINAR with Hong Kong Chamber: Managing the IBOR Transition

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October 29, 2020 @ 12:00 am

Dear members,

We are happy to inform you of the following webinar organized by the BeLux Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong and open to BLCCJ members as well.


The upcoming phase-out of the interbank lending rate (IBOR) means big changes to financial services – but few firms are prepared.


On Thursday 29 October 13:30 Japan time BNP Paribas will give an insightful overview on the IBOR transition.


Julien Szternberg from BNP Paribas will provide us with an introduction to the IBOR transition, followed by an overview of the reasons for moving away from (L)IBOR & the alternative RFRs. In addition, he will discuss the consequences of the IBOR transition for FI & SMEs and the pricing implications.


Afterwards Jenny Huang and Tracy Chan from Ernst & Young Hong Kong will present their insights from a consultancy point of view. They will cover topics including risk and valuation, legal implications & accounting and tax implications.


The webinar will be concluded by a Q&A session with all the attendees.


Why should you attend the IBOR transition webinar?

  • Get the latest developments on IBOR transition globally & within the APAC region directly from the experts;
  • Learn about the implications of the IBOR transition – it is key for organizations to take the necessary steps to mitigate the emerging risks of transitioning including: legal and client outreach, risk management and finance, operations and technology, accounting and tax.
  • Discover how to manage stakeholders throughout the IBOR transition.


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Event details:
Thursday 29 October
13:30-14:45 JPT
 (presentations + Q&A)
In English
Free of charge


If you are interested, please send an email to and we will confirm your registration.
We can accept registrations till Thursday 29 October noon.
If you’re registered, you will receive the invitation link and password just before the event.


We hope that we can welcome many BLCCJ members at this webinar!


The BLCCJ office