May 28, 2020 - As the COVID-19 pandemic compels us all to reevaluate how we serve our clients, the LSTA is pleased to announce our 2020 “Tuesday Talks” Virtual Conference Webinar Series. In celebration of the LSTA’s 25th Anniversary, these virtual events will be free of charge to our members.
The three-part webinar series kicked off June 9th with our virtual Operations Conference and will continue through year-end with our virtual Annual Loan Market Conference and our new LSTA University Series. The individual webinars will take place weekly on Tuesday afternoons at 4PM ET) for approximately one hour.
On June 9th, John Sileo, Cyber Security Expert, shared his expertise on Robust Cybersecurity & Personal Privacy in a COVID-19 World. On June 16th, a panel of operations experts shared their Lessons Learned During the Pandemic. On June 23rd, our panel explained why we Shouldn’t Stress as We Get Ready For Distressed! On July 7th, Luke Williams, Professor of NYU Stern School of Business, asked us to Think the Unthinkable to Spark Transformation in Your Business. And on July 16th, an industry panel, including guest speaker Tom Wipf, covered How Leading Institutions Are Preparing to Switch from LIBOR to SOFR. We then concluded the series on July 21st with a vendor panel discussion on How Technology Can Improve Efficiency, Transparency and Liquidity in a Remote Workspace Environment.
The LSTA is committed to maintaining the standard you have come to expect on thought leadership, industry insights and dialogue in this new virtual environment. Please watch your email in the upcoming weeks for more detailed information. We look forward to your joining us for our Tuesday Talks.
Finally, in order to provide our vendors the ability to access the LSTA community, we have created a number of 2020 sponsorship opportunities around the “Tuesday Talks” Virtual Conference Webinar Series. For more information on how to become a valued sponsor, please contact Lisa Schneider, Executive Vice President of Membership at: email@example.com or call (212) 880-3033.