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CBA/CFT Banks Forum Dinner - Managing Risks Associated with the End of Libor

CBA/CFT Banks Forum Dinner - Managing Risks Associated with the End of Libor

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CBA/CFT Bankers' Forum

Managing Risks Associated With The End of Libor

Wednesday, September 25, 2019

Register for this CBA/CFT Bankers Forum Program


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Contact Information

Michael Meakem

Center For Financial Training

PO Box 969
Norwich , CT06360

Phone: 800-795-5242 Ext. 1178






About CBA/CFT Bankers' Forum :

The new CBA/CFT Bankers’ Forum will provide attendees with information and education on current issues and opportunities impacting the industry, including regular updates focused on the Connecticut banking landscape. Importantly, the Forum will continue to be a place for bankers to network and interact with their peers while enjoying dinner and industry-related speakers.

The CBA/CFT Bankers’ Forum will be appropriate for middle to senior level bankers, emerging leaders, CSFM current and former students, associate members and others. These meetings will continue to be held periodically throughout the year at the Aqua Turf in Plantsville, and will feature timely programs, knowledgeable speakers and networking opportunities that will appeal to bankers from all areas of your financial institution.

Speaker & Program:

David J Wiese a widely recognized expert on the laws governing financial institutions. He is Co-Chair of Hinckley Allen’s banking practice and a frequent speaker on the state and national level. For the past twelve years running, Dave has been recognized in Best Lawyers in America for his work in the field of financial services regulation.

Libor is going away! What banks should be doing to manage the risks. Worldwide, it is estimated that over $370 trillion in financial contracts are pegged to the Libor index. It is quite likely that banks in Connecticut have contracts that are priced on the basis of Libor. This can include adjustable rate mortgages (Fannie/Freddie products), commercial loans, derivative products (interest rate hedging contracts), and even bond obligations held in investment portfolios. Libor is scheduled to go away after the end of 2021, but your contracts may last beyond that. This Forum talk will discuss what you can do to manage the risks associated with the end of Libor.

Wednesday, September 25, 2019
5:30 pm - Reception
6:30 pm - Managing Risks Associated With The End of Libor With David Wiese
7:00 pm - Dinner

Dinner Choices:

Prime Rib
Chicken Florentine
Pan Seared Salmon
Vegetable Lasagna


Registrations should be received no later than Friday, September 20, 2019. There will be no refunds after this date. Price is $75 per person.




Michael Meakem


Center for Financial Training