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Vendors, banks and custodians will discuss their plans to navigate away from LIBOR across the operational landscape by the end of 2021. Are your navigational skills up to par?   What do you need to be doing today to be ready by the end of 2021…….or before?  This session was moderated by Ellen Hefferan, EVP, Operations & Accounting, LSTA and Meredith Coffey, EVP, Research & Public Policy, LSTA.  Presented by Heather Bronson, Credit Operations Executive, BofA, Shanin Clark, Product Manager, FIS ACBS, Robert Moeller, ED, Product Mgt. & Prof. Serv., IHS Markit and Charles Wambua, Senior Business Analyst, Automated Financial Systems, Inc

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