Libor, not rate rises, the biggest threat to hedging arrangements - Proximo

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Expert opinion, Podcast
22 July 2019

Libor, not rate rises, the biggest threat to hedging arrangements

Regulation, Petrochemicals
Interest rate hedging arrangements are more vulnerable to Libor's replacement than rises in base rates. Proximo talks hedge mechanics with Cogswell Consulting's Ian Cogswell, Berkeley Research Group's Michael Whalen and JCRA's Rishin Patel.

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