IBOR Discontinuation

Accelerate, automate and simplify the transition to the new world with MX.3

The move away from IBORs towards risk-free rates (RFRs) holds many challenges for capital markets players. With the 2021 reform deadline fast approaching, this change will have a far-reaching impact across business processes, risk management and overall performance. In order to navigate the transition, it is important to put in place the right technology.

Navigating change

Murex has developed a solution to facilitate this transition and help your organization adapt to the new world. This solution is built around transition mechanisms covering all aspects of the reform from discounting switch at CCPs to fallback processes. Complemented by out of the box RFR indices, instruments and curves, as well as powerful tools, it helps you understand the impact every step of the way across business processes front-to-back-to-risk.

Expert advice

Murex has launched a dedicated task force to monitor the evolving market and advise our clients on how to approach the transition. Working with industry associations, particularly ISDA, the Murex team provides financial institutions with leading analysis and support, combining market knowledge with cross-domain expertise from trading, risk and collateral through to accounting.

For more details on how Murex is addressing the IBOR discontinuation, please download the brochure.

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