About this meeting
Discussions in this meeting will focus on transfer pricing related to the LIBOR transition which is especially relevant for companies with a more complex lending structure.
About this Working Group
Discussions on current and relevant topics to gather interest for the creation of new peer groups. Members across all groups and non-members are invited to join the discussion to share their experience, questions and expert insight, while learning about customer/prospect challenges and needs.
- This working group has been requested by members across the network to informally discuss shared experiences in preparing for this important transition (broader than LIBOR of course) occurring in the next few years. This group is not intended to exist long-term, but is expected to be in place over the next few years as an important venue to share information, challenges with TMS providers and other topics.
- While LIBOR to SOFR issue are discussed in other NeuGroups, they often don’t get to the tactical level this group desires.
- The format is a standing optional monthly meeting with a standard agenda of simply open discussion. Attendees can range from 3 or 4 to 15 depending on current issues.
Working Groups sessions are meant for interested participants from across the NeuGroup network, and approved non-NeuGroup members. They are ad hoc cohorts that NeuGroup organizes when a critical “hot topic” has captured a wide range of members’ attention. Working Groups can meet just once, a handful of times, or become ongoing venues to discuss these cross-peer group issues. Recent examples include LIBOR transition, ESG, D&I, Treasury Management Systems and others. These groups often include both subject matter experts, as well as members just wishing to learn, with the possibility of splitting the groups for more detailed discussions.