Migration from IBORs to RFRs

With the deadline for LIBOR’s phase out drawing closer, the volume of content added to our site is growing week-on-week. To keep this briefing as compact as possible, we are condensing content, in some cases highlighting additional or collating similar stories in summaries and providing click throughs to “relevant abstracts”. New abstracts are indicated in bold print. We encourage readers interested in the minutiae of this topic to access our online IBOR transition news stream for the full array of individually-curated abstracts.

Regulators, central banks and industry bodies

Risks and challenges

Adoption of RFRs

Emerging eco-system for RFRs

New issuance using RFRs

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