Libor transition – what’s next?
With Libor now gone in most tenors, market participants’ attention turns to synthetic rate use and to the US dollar transition, although some follow-up work remains in other currencies
With Libor now permanently discontinued in 24 of its 35 settings, transition heads and advisers in different parts of the market reflect on a tumultuous four years of transition planning
The proposed inclusion of nuclear and gas into official definitions of green could lead to a more fragmented use of the taxonomy and prevent it from becoming a gold standard
The latest CMU package unveiled by the European Commission late last year is a step in the right direction but falls short of market needs, sources say
The outcome of the equivalence decision hinges on the extent to which the EU is willing to compromise stability and competitiveness for the sake of high-level political objectives
Two of the seven USD Libor maturities discontinued at the end of 2021, and the other five – overnight, one, three, six and 12 months – will follow in June 2023, we surveyed the market to gauge readiness
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