The Impact of LIBOR Transition on Local Interest Rate Benchmarks

The potential end of LIBOR is a critical milestone for the financial system and impacts the interest rate benchmarks of many local markets. 

As the largest provider of interest rate benchmarks globally, we have compiled a review covering key questions for administrators, such as how to anchor benchmarks to actual transactions in times of lower levels of interbank lending. This Refinitiv report will  look at what types of benchmark may replace LIBOR and other “IBORs” around the world. We will also examine the transition to risk-free rates and how to maintain a term structure for loan markets and other users needing forward looking rates. 

So what are the different paths that regulators, central banks and industry associations around the world can take to reform of interest rate benchmarks? Download this report to have a better understanding.

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