With less time to focus on what this change means and pressure to increase lending, the emphasis now is on how to operationalize the post-LIBOR world. This paper looks at the current status of the industry and how it is planning to progress. We explore the risks associated with indecision and ask the question: are you ready?
As Senior Principal Product Manager for Corporate & Syndicated Lending, Christine is responsible for the future product strategy of Loan IQ, including Syndications and Trading, SME Lending, and the origination and fulfillment components. Based in New York, Christine’s focus is on the requirements of clients in the Americas. Prior to joining Misys in 2012, which merged with D+H in 2017 to form Finastra, Christine developed her career at Commerzbank, holding various roles leading to managing their commercial lending operations in the Americas. Christine studied Economics and European Studies at the University of Freiburg and received her B.S. in Economics and German from Albright College.
As Senior Principal Product Manager for Corporate and Syndicated Lending, Rob is responsible for the strategic functional direction of Loan IQ and its partner products within Lending, with a focus on global client needs outside of the Americas. Working with the Sales, Solutions and other Product Managers, Rob is accountable for defining the strategic roadmap to ensure Loan IQ remains the leading global lending solution, meeting the needs of our corporate and syndicated lending clients. Rob holds a degree in Computing from Leeds Beckett University, and spent twenty years at Credit Suisse in various roles across Fixed Income and Lending Technology before joining Finastra in 2018.