A more fiendish problem than Libor

With just two years to go until the Financial Conduct Authority relinquishes its control of Libor, the road to creating robust alternatives is still under construction.

  • By Ross Lancaster
  • 14 Nov 2019

New reference rates may have been decided on some time ago. But many market participants are still in the dark when it comes to life beyond Libor.

Regulators are already making it clear that a term rate based on the risk-free rates, which is still a need for ...

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