In 18 short months, Libor (London Interbank Offered Rate) is going away. The financial services sector has been furiously assessing their contracts and finding their risks, with an estimated two in every five contracts referencing Libor having no language to deal with its demise.

While there is a lot of effort going into this essential contract review, now is the time to think about the end game: how will you take the contracts that you’ve entered into over many years and remediate them in just 18 months?

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