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Listen: Street Talk Episode 51 - Goldman Talks Libor Transition, Recent SOFR Volatility

Financial institutions will move away from Libor, a reference rate that tracks nearly $400 trillion in financial contracts, in just a few years and Goldman Sachs still sees the group adopting the Secured Overnight Financing Rate, or SOFR, despite the recent volatility in the relatively new benchmark. In the episode, Goldman's head of Libor transition, Jason Granet, discusses how prepared the banking industry is for the transition away from Libor, what Goldman is doing today ahead of the move and how the recent volatility in SOFR doesn't change its status as the true replacement for Libor in the U.S., even over alternative benchmark rates that gained some prominence.

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