Market considers alternatives to Libor

Author: | Published: 30 Oct 2017

The market is pondering what life after Libor will look like, including possible replacements and the impact on future and updated bond programmes

The key takeaway from Andrew Bailey's statement is that the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), as regulator of the London interbank offered rate (Libor), will not use its influence or legal powers to persuade or compel the panel banks that submit contributions to the benchmark to make submissions after 2021....



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