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Firms Still Uncertain About Libor Transition

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Although four out of five financial providers have Libor transition plans in place, just 18% say their plan is mature, while only one in five say they are operationally ready for the change – according to the Accenture 2019 Libor Survey. Almost half (41%) do not feel they have a unified and consistent approach to transition and remediation, while two in five believe that regulatory uncertainty and lack of clarity are hampering execution of their remediation efforts.

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