• Wednesday 14 April

    Following the recent Financial Conduct Authority announcement confirming the cessation of most LIBOR settings on 31 December 2021, our panel of experts looked at the current position in the loan market on the transition to SONIA and discussed the practical steps registered providers should now be taking and how to take forward discussions with lenders.


    • Deborah Rowntree, Partner, Bevan Brittan
    • Louise Leaver, Partner, Bevan Brittan
    • Andy Gladwin, Director, DTP
      Andy is a Chartered Accountant with over 15 years of experience within the social housing sector working as a finance director within a large national registered provider.  He has expansive experience of treasury, financial accounting, business planning, investment appraisal, risk analysis, due diligence, merger and acquisitions and group restructuring as well as providing interim financial support for clients.

    Who should watch:

    • Local Government
    • Housing providers


    LIBOR Transition - Poll results

    During the session, to gauge progress of the transition across the sector, and the routes being taken to document it, we conducted a series of polls. These provided some interesting results, based on a sample of attendees at the webinar who were mainly registered providers.  

    Find out at what stage of transition the housing sector is currently at and what our panel advised - read LIBOR Transition - practical next steps poll results


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