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CFOs at community financial institutions have their hands full now more than ever — low loan demand, an overflow of deposits, margin pressure, potential credit quality issues, and more.
Recently, several Fed speakers have indicated that rising inflation rates could lead to an increase in interest rates as early as late 2022.
Rising inflation is a hot topic these days.
Your international business customers need to manage risk, both interest rate risk and foreign exchange risk.
The LIBOR-SOFR transition is still happening.
The coronavirus has been on top of mind lately, yet the transition of LIBOR has not been delayed.
The pandemic seems to have affected the adoption of SOFR.
Negative rates have been discussed lately, as recovery scenarios are laid out.
Secured Overnight Financing Rate (SOFR), the designated replacement for the LIBOR rate, faced its first test recently.
It's been nearly four months since the yield curve inverted for the first time in nearly 12Ys.