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With the pending changes to the world’s principal rate benchmark, Financial Institutions must assess implications and prepare for ensuing operational and technological challenges.
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The demise of Libor: what next?
Quoted daily for each of the main currencies across multiple tenors (1m, 3m, 6m, 12m), Libor represents the rate for which one bank would lend money to another for a set term. It is calculated as the arithmetic average of the submitted rates for each tenor and currency from a panel of banks, with the top and bottom quartile submissions discarded from the calculation.
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How to Prepare for the Probable Demise of LIBOR
The London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) has served as the primary reference rate for various types of adjustable-rate financial products for decades
Libor Transition: What Are the Implications for Treasury?
Libor is expected to be phased out by the end of 2021. Alternatives to Libor rates are emerging across the globe and mechanisms for establishing contractual fallbacks and adjustments to Libor-indexed financial instruments are being developed to minimize disruption If Libor does end, however, the impacts on treasury will be significant. In this episode of AFP Conversations, Robert Owens, Director of Fixed Income Strategy for Farmer…
What rising LIBOR is and is not telling you
The London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) is on the rise, but not for the usual reasons. Jeff Rosenberg explains.
Libor 'link to top Barclays staff'
A lawyer in a court case over Libor rigging says evidence links senior Barclays staff, as top executives at the bank lose their right to anonymity.
What on earth are the Lib Dems up to?
Jo Swinson is right. Most of the gains that it’s worth her party aiming for would be made at the expense of the Conservatives. There are three reasons. First, glance at the 29 seats where the Liberal…