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Notwithstanding the market stress created by the Ukrainian conflict, the US benchmarks transition continues to run a steady course, which the Fed says is further testament to SOFR’s robustness
Russia's invasion of Ukraine has serious sovereign creditworthiness implications for both countries as they weaken economically and fiscally
The latest WMR package consolidates the UK's eagerness to calibrate secondary markets according to its own needs, regardless of divergence concerns
The fourth part of this five part report examines the definition of sovereign risk, how sovereign risk is assessed, and what the available options are for its mitigation
The OCC, Federal Reserve and FDIC are taking a coordinated approach to protect banks from climate related financial risks, while the US is looking for equivalence with overseas counterparts
Market participants mull the impacts of the end of the transitional relief for onshoring post-Brexit changes to UK regulation
As sanctions against Russia increase by the day, it becomes evident that Europe should seize the moment to reshuffle the balance of power and foster its position as a global leader
The fast-developing situation and divergence among regimes mean sanctions will be challenging to manage for compliance teams
The ECB, Bank of England and the Basel Committee are close to introducing climate-related risks in capital requirements
While swaps volumes have risen to an all-time high in SOFR, many sources doubt the efficiency of the ‘no new Libor’ recommendation as the benchmark continues to dominate the US market
US banks, which have welcomed the OCC proposals, are busy beefing up governance structures to combat climate risk
With Libor gone in most currencies and settings, all eyes could soon turn to the euro interbank offered rate and whether it should be discontinued
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Primers

In our latest explainer, we take a closer look at the new Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive, which replaces the Non-Financial Reporting Directive
This edition of IFLR’s free-to-read primer series looks at the Act, the history of the anti-money laundering framework, updates to expand it, enforcement trends, and possible changes
The latest edition of IFLR’s free-to-read explainer series addresses the key changes outlined in the EU’s anti-money laundering and combating the financing of terrorism action plan
IFLR’s latest free-to-read primer looks at Securities and Exchange Commission’s Regulation Best Interest, addressing what it is, what it does and related retail investor protection issues
IFLR’s explainer series turns to the EU’s SFTR and how it will change securities lending and repo market practices
IFLR's explainer series looks at the American interbank offered rate and why small and midsized banks prefer it to other replacements
IFLR’s latest primer concentrates on the process of developing a law in the world’s largest trading bloc
A closer look at fallback reference rates in standard documentation for Libor contracts following its permanent cessation in 2021
Environmental, social and governance are the buzzwords of 2019. But what do they actually mean? IFLR explains in the latest instalment of our free-to-read primer series
Regulators’ answer to the Libor-rigging scandal is confusing market participants everywhere. IFLR explains what you need to know in the latest instalment of this free-to-read series
Research for the third edition of the IFLR Africa Awards is now underway
IFLR is delighted to reveal the winning deals, teams, law firms and individuals for the 2022 edition of its Europe Awards.
All the shortlisted deals, teams, and firms of the year - winners will be announced on May 5
IFLR is delighted to announce all the winning deals, teams, firms and individuals of the 2022 Asia-Pacific awards.
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