LIBOR Transition Webinar

The Future of Derivatives Webinar Series:

CurveGlobal, LCH and Vivadum present LIBOR TRANSITION

In this webinar the panel discuss the rationale for the LIBOR transition and give a current update on progress.  They also present on CurveGlobal's offering and LCH's preparation.

Meet the Panel:

Andy Ross Andy Ross is the CEO of CurveGlobal. In his current role, he is responsible for the management of CurveGlobal as well as CurveGlobal Markets. This role covers Curve's build of open interest, product innovation and key stakeholder management. Andy’s aim is to build CurveGlobal Markets into a best in class fixed income futures derivative exchange. Andy joined CurveGlobal in 2016. Andy was previously a Managing Director at Morgan Stanley where he was the Global Head of Listed Electronic Execution & European Head of Derivatives Clearing
Arif Merali Arif Merali is currently acting as a Senior Advisor to Vivadum. He has over 20 years of experience trading interest rate derivatives at major investment banks including Credit Suisse, Nomura and Mizuho. He spent 15 years at Credit Suisse as a Managing Director in charge of GBP Rates Trading. He is an Expert in Libor Transition representing his firms on the Bank of England Working Group on Sterling Risk-Free Reference Rates and was Chair of the Sonia Futures Sub-Working Group. Arif was also involved in the ISDA Benchmark Working Groups particularly on Libor Fallbacks. Arif has a Master’s degree in Mathematics from Cambridge University
Ian Murphy Ian Murphy has a 38 year background in sales and trading in the financial markets. Ian began his career at Phillips & Drew, working on the LIFFE floor at The Royal Exchange before moving to Futures Sales Desk, this was followed by sales and trading roles at Deutsche Bank, RBS and EFG. Prior to joining CurveGlobal Ian ran the State Street EMEA Futures Execution Team. At CurveGlobal Ian has been part of the Business Development Team since November 2016
David Horner David Horner is the Head of Risk for Rates Services at LCH. In this role, he is responsible for all elements of risk management relating to the SwapClear, Curve and SwapAgent services. Before joining LCH in May 2014, Mr. Horner was a Managing Director in the Risk division at Credit Suisse, where he spent 12 years in various credit and market risk roles based in London, Hong Kong and New York. Most recently, he was the Head of Market Risk for the Rates and FX businesses of Credit Suisse. Mr. Horner received his degree in Mathematics from Cambridge University