CME Term SOFR Reference Rates provide an indicative, forward-looking measurement of SOFR rates, based on market expectations implied from our leading derivatives markets. These benchmarks are based on CME Group’s deep and liquid underlying SOFR futures, making them a robust and sustainable measure of forward-looking SOFR rates. They are aligned with the Alternative Reference Rates Committee’s principles for recommended forward term rates.

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Case Studies

Case Study: A Regional Bank Plans for a Post-Libor World
Case Study: Transitioning a Direct Lender from LIBOR to CME Term SOFR
Case Study: An African Commercial Bank’s Transition from USD LIBOR

Transitioning a Corporate from LIBOR to CME Term SOFR

Watch this webinar replay to learn about how to efficiently transition from USD LIBOR, the opportunities this robust and transparent rate creates for corporate treasurers, and the pitfalls to avoid on your transition journey.

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Transitioning a Corporate from LIBOR to CME Term SOFR
Gavin Lee, Marco Bianchi (CME Group) and Jeff Diorio (PMC Treasury) discuss the opportunities CME Term SOFR creates for corporate treasurers.
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Life Post-LIBOR: What Treasurers Need to Know

For treasurers the transition away from USD LIBOR, and its discontinuation poses significant challenges.

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