The LIBOR phase-out is undoubtedly a logistical challenge, but it also offers opportunities to modernize fragmented, outdated contract processes. Turn the end of LIBOR into a new start for your financial institution.
Serge MalkaPractice Lead, Capital Markets & Risk/Cognizant
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