Deep Dive Interview | Refinitiv
Over the last 30 years or so, Libor benchmarks have become deeply embedded in all corners of the financial markets. But the benchmarks are about to change, as the market switches towards risk-free rates. Now, in reality, the groundwork for these changes has been under development for many years. For customers, it becomes reality in early 2022.
London Stock Exchange Group’s affiliates, have been supporting customers through the transition process by providing, amongst other things, risk management, reporting, and data calculation tools. But what’s happening? Why is it happening? And what do customers need to do, in order to be ready for this transition?
Originally Posted on November 5, 2021
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