BoE ‘turbo charges’ post-Libor transition with plans for index and ramped-up haircuts
The Bank of England turned up the heat on Libor this week with plans to publish a compounded Sonia index and averages in a move that will drive the transition to the new risk-free rate with a simpler coupon calculation methodology. It will also increase haircuts on Libor-linked collateral which is intended to accelerate the switch out of Libor FRNs maturing after 2021.
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