[video | NEW] Interbank offered rates (IBORs) transition

Historically, IBORs proved to be prone to manipulations. The Benchmarks Regulation has brought to light structural weaknesses in the governance of IBORs. As a response to the standards set out by the new EU regulatory framework, a transition from some of the main IBORs to new benchmarks is underway.

 

[video] Benchmarks Regulation amendments

Political agreement at the European level has been reached on changes to the Benchmarks Regulation.
There are two main amendments...

 

[news]


- Regulation amending the Benchmarks Regulation published_

- IBORs: EONIA to €STR transition started today_

- Upcoming EU interbank offered rates (“IBORs”) transition_

- Benchmarks Regulation: upcoming amendment_

- Fallback benchmarks for main IBORs: consultation published by ISDA_

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