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4 themes to get right in 2020: LIBOR, SFTR, Cyber Security and Market Equivalence

[fa icon="calendar'] 24-Jan-2020 15:24:55 / by David Woolcock posted in Banking, Blog, Regulation, Global Code, Compliance, SFTR, LIBOR, Banking Regulation, Cyber Security, Market Equivalence

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As is traditional this time of year, our good intentions of New Year resolutions fade to what we might expect to be dominant themes in 2020, and it has to be said that if certain plans are not yet well advanced you might want to get to it! 

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Banks saying farewell to LIBOR could lead to some uncomfortable judgements

[fa icon="calendar'] 12-Dec-2018 16:05:59 / by Robert Harris posted in Banking, LIBOR

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LIBOR, which stands for ‘London Interbank Offered Rate’ is a benchmark interest rate that is currently used across a wide range of financial contracts both on and off balance sheet. Currently contracts in excess $370 trillion are reliant on LIBOR benchmark rates. As things currently stand, the LIBOR rate that appears on pages of a Reuters (or other) screen could go blank on 1st January 2022.  

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