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Where does Libor live in a bank? Why are banks in Asia not looking at Libor transition seriously? Which bank is racing ahead? It’s been an interesting couple of weeks for Libor transition watchers.
Hong Kong's first trade backed by the Libor alternative HONIA is giving corporate treasurers a clearer view of how benchmarks may operate in a world without Libor
Two days of volatility in SOFR, the main contender to replace Libor, has cast doubt on its suitability as a new benchmark rate for corporate financial activity
It’s been hailed as a backdoor rate cut, but China’s new loan prime rate is expected to lift corporate borrowing out of the doldrums
Financial firms can’t seem to come to an agreement on the unofficial “pre-cessation” trigger that will signal the beginning of the end for Libor. Meanwhile, SOFR faces some controversy.
Amid warnings to embrace new reference rates, corporates in Hong Kong are happy to maintain the status quo until their banking partners step up to the plate and act.
Libor, how much exposure do you really have? A corporate lawyer speaks to CT and provides a roadmap for treasurers preparing for the phase-out of the benchmark in 2022
Steady pickup in money markets using the Secured Overnight Financing Rate is helping financial industry participants formulate fallback language for existing financial products that use Libor.
As the cliff-edge of Libor’s demise approaches, corporates are caught in a chicken and egg problem of alternative benchmarks with limited liquidity. Can it be fixed?
Corporate treasurers have been braced for a volatile year of interest rate hikes, but the latest move by the Fed is signalling that the peaceniks are gaining the upper hand