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Ann Battle

Ann M. Battle is Head of Benchmark Reform at ISDA where she leads ISDA’s global efforts related to the transition away from LIBOR and other benchmark reform initiatives. Ann represents ISDA on the Alternative Reference Rates Committee (ARRC) and the Interest Rate Benchmark Reform Subcommittee of the CFTC Market Risk Advisory Committee. She also leads ISDA’s global work with the FSB Official Sector Steering Group (OSSG) to implement more robust fallbacks for d erivative contracts. At ISDA Ann also covers derivatives clearing and CCP – related issues, bank resolution, and netting and collateral opinions for cleared and uncleared derivatives . Prior to joining ISDA, she was a counsel in the Legal Division, Complex Financial Institutions Section of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). Her work at the FDIC focused on resolution of systemically important financial institutions and , specifically , on domestic and cross – border issues related to derivatives and financial market infrastructures. Prior to joining the FDIC, Ms. Battle was an attorney with the law firm of Sutherland Asbill & Brennan LLP in Washington, DC, where her practice focused on de rivatives and structured products (including regulation of such products), secured and unsecured lending , and capital markets transactions. Ms. Battle received her undergraduate B.S. Business Management from Georgia Tech and her J.D. from William & Mary Law School.

April 2021

Apr
22
Thu

LIBOR Transition Series

LIBOR has played a pivotal benchmarking role in global financial markets for 35 years, but as this role winds down and firms transition to using SOFR and other reference rates, millions of contracts worth hundreds of trillions of dollars must be retooled. Join us as we invite leaders from across the industry to share their expertise during this transition period. In three sessions, speakers will address implications for capital markets and asset management, share their observations on the current process, and envision actionable strategies for firms to navigate complex legal, methodological, and regulatory considerations.

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Conference / Seminar, Financial Reporting and Analysis, Institutional Asset Management, Virtual Events & Programming

May 2021

May
25
Tue

LIBOR Transition Series

LIBOR has played a pivotal benchmarking role in global financial markets for 35 years, but as this role winds down and firms transition to using SOFR and other reference rates, millions of contracts worth hundreds of trillions of dollars must be retooled. Join us as we invite leaders from across the industry to share their expertise during this transition period. In three sessions, speakers will address implications for capital markets and asset management, share their observations on the current process, and envision actionable strategies for firms to navigate complex legal, methodological, and regulatory considerations.

Find out more »
Conference / Seminar, Financial Reporting and Analysis, Institutional Asset Management, Virtual Events & Programming
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