BSBY Q&A with Umesh Gajria, Bloomberg
“Ultimately, our goal is to keep working with our clients to provide them with the tools they need,” says Gajria, in the context of heavy criticism against credit-sensitive rates
Significant progress has been made ahead of Libor’s phase-out, including on consent solicitations, but a large portion of the bond market will not have transitioned by year-end
Printing money may have mitigated the Covid-19 crisis in the short-term, but it has also contributed to a looming inflation risk that will be difficult to manage in the context of consistently low interest rates
Dependency on third-country financial services in a post-Brexit world jeopardises financial stability, sources have said, arguing that the EU needs to strengthen its primary market
Launched in beta version, the rates will aim to support transition efforts in the non-linear derivatives market, but some market participants say they are coming quite late in the day
The bloc has more than six hundred venues operating in multiple jurisdictions and languages, but without a tape the full advantages of that landscape will be lost
Following more than 40 hours of interviews with 63 sources across financial services, Practice Insight’s landmark investigation into the accumulative impact of the financial crisis is now available
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