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LIBOR Transition - Impacts to Corporate Treasury

LIBOR Transition - Impacts to Corporate Treasury

Corporations should start planning for LIBOR transition as soon as possible


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London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) is a benchmark rate that some of the world’s leading banks charge each other for unsecured loans of varying tenors. In 2017, Financial Conduct Authority stated that it will no longer compel banks to submit LIBOR data to the rate administrator post 2021 resulting in a clear impetus and need to implement alternative risk-free rates (RFR) benchmarks globally. This has a wide impact to corporations within a broad range of financial instruments.

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