Update on IBOR

General Assembly
November 29, 2019
Finally….the final transfer pricing guidance
March 31, 2020

Join us on February 4th for an Update on IBOR


Château de la Hulpe
Chaussée de Bruxelles, 111 – 1310 La Hulpe

Event is free to attend for members. Non-members interested to attend are invited to become member.

This event is in partnership with Barclays.

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Event Agenda (More Details to Come)

15:00 – 15:20Welcome and Registration
15:20 – 15:30IntroductionAriane Van der Eecken/ Andres Baltar
15:30 – 16:00Overview of Benchmark Rate Reform, Progress and Key Focus for 2020 – Recap on main drivers for Risk Free Rate Reform

– Key progress for the G5 in 2019, focusing on Corporate adoption and difference per currency/ product.

– Adoption of Estr/ reform of EURIBOR

– Approach in other jurisdictions

– Key market milestones for Corporates 2020
Joseph McQuade/ Petra De Deyne
16:00-16:50Deep Dive on the Derivative & Debt Capital Markets– Deep dive on adoption

– Libor Fall back considerations

– Key considerations for Corporates
Cyril Micieli/ François Villemain
16:50-17:20Coffee Break
17:20-17:50How the Global Loan Market is responding to Benchmark Reform & Key Milestones for 2020– Key progress globally and differences across currencies.

– Key enablers for the loan market

– The benefits on O/N rates vs term rates

-Key considerations for new issuance in 2020

– Transitioning existing loans

– Key milestones

Doug Laurie/ Jorge Barreiro

Key Steps & Considerations for Corporates to Transition away from Libor– Determine existing exposure

– Planning & Mobilisation

– Dealing with existing/ new instruments

– Key issues & considerations for Treasurers
Doug Laurie/ Jorge Barreiro
18:10-18:15Wrap UpAriane Van der Eecken/ Andres Baltar
Drinks Reception

Andrés Baltar

Managing Director, Head of Europe, International Corporate Banking

Based in Madrid, Andrés Baltar is a Managing Director in the International Corporate Banking Division and heads up the International Corporate Banking (ICB) team in Europe.

Prior to this assignment, Andrés was based in Dubai, UAE, heading the Global Transaction Banking (GTB) team in the Middle East, Spain and Portugal.

Andrés joined Barclays Investment Bank in Spain in 2001 as a Director where he was responsible for covering large Spanish clients.

Andres started his career in Banking in 1989 when he joined The Chase Manhattan Bank where he spent 12 years. At Chase, he had responsibility for the Coverage of Infrastructure, Construction, Engineering and Capital Goods sector teams in Spain, covering M&A, Financing and Risk Management.

Andrés holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration (1988) from the University of Deusto in Bilbao.

He is married with four children.


Catherine Dauger de Caulaincourt

Head of International Banking – France

Catherine is Head of International Corporate Banking, France at Barclays. She is responsible for the Bank’s Corporate Banking activities in France and sits on the France CIB Executive Forum.

Catherine has close to 20 years’ experience in banking and finance, having started her professional life advising banks and multinational corporates on structured financing transactions, initially in Tokyo and then Luxembourg, London and Paris.

Catherine has been with Barclays for 10 years. Prior to her role as Head of Corporate Banking for France, Catherine was Co-Head of Coverage France & Belgium and previously held management responsibilities within the Group’s Debt Finance business in London.

Catherine has dual British and French nationality.


Cyril Micieli

Corporate FX Sales

Cyril Micieli is a Director at Barclays Investment Bank. Based in Paris. Cyril Joined Barclays in Q2 2018 from Goldman Sachs. Cyril is in charge of the FX sales team for Corporates based in Belgium, France, Netherlands and Luxemburg. Prior to this, Cyril had roles in several international banks covering the Belgium Corporates.


François Villemain

Head of Debt Capital Markets for France, Belgium and Luxembourg

François Villemain joined Barclays in 2015 and is now heading the DCM team covering Barclays’ French, Belgian and Luxemburg clients (Corporate, FIG & SSA). He has close to 15 years of investment banking experience, with the last 10 years focused on DCM and initially dedicated to the Financial Institutions, Public Sector entities and Real Estate Clients. Since 2017, Barclays has also asked François to expand his DCM role on the French and BeLux Real Estate franchise and be responsible for the overall relationship with these clients (M&A, ECM, DCM and derivatives).

Before joining Barclays, Francois spent 10 years at Deutsche Bank where he initially specialized in Equity Derivatives Trading following a dual graduation from both Telecom ParisTech and Imperial College London (MSc of Mathematics and Finance). In 2010, he joined from Trading the Capital Markets and Treasury Solutions team where he started covering the FIG/SSA & Real Estate sector at DB.


Jorge Barreiro

Managing Director, Corporate Banking, Head of International Debt Finance

Jorge Barreiro is responsible for running Barclays Debt Business for the Corporate Bank internationally. This includes structuring, syndication and execution of syndicated or bilateral bank facilities for Barclays’ clients.

Mr. Barreiro joined Barclays in 2006 as part of the Global Loans team in charge of structuring and originating debt deals in Southern Europe.

Mr. Barreiro started his career in JPMorgan Chase in 1999 when he joined the Madrid Office in corporate finance, where he was an associate in the Media & Telecom team. In 2002 Mr. Barreiro joined Banesto to become head of leveraged finance. Mr. Barreiro held this role until 2006 when he moved to Barclays.

Mr. Barreiro holds a Master in Business Administration (MBA) degree from IESE Business School in Barcelona (1999) and Bachelor in Business Administration from St. Thomas Universtiy in Miami, USA (1995).