ROUNDTABLE: What does life after Libor look like?
Senior legal, syndicate and treasury directors at the EBRD, ICMA, NatWest and RBC talk frankly on the industry’s transition to risk-free rates
Associated British Ports may be the first to begin updating problematic legacy contracts to reference Sonia rather than Libor. Bankers view it as a test case
Eighteen months since it came into force, bank and industry association sources say issuers are still refraining from placing bonds with retail investors due to the EU regulation
Practice Insight speaks to John Ball, Asia Pacific managing director of GFMA’s global FX division, on what the BMR means for non-EU benchmark providers and how the industry is preparing
Following the fines of £34.3 million and £27.6 million meted out to Goldman Sachs and UBS respectively for reporting failures, compliance functions at banks and other market participants tell Practice Insight they expect further penalties this year
This landmark SFTR report reveals how securities finance transaction market participants are preparing for the upcoming regulation.
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