Exchange of the year: Intercontinental Exchange

Risk Awards 2022: Amid Brexit and benchmark transition, Ice fulfils Abu Dhabi exchange ambition

Stuart Williams
Stuart Williams

Preparing for Libor’s end has been an uphill struggle for market participants of all stripes. For exchanges with flagship contracts pegged to the outgoing benchmarks, adaptation has been a matter of survival. For Intercontinental Exchange (Ice), which owns the rate via its Ice Benchmark Administration (IBA) arm and is also home to sterling Libor-linked futures and options, a smooth transition was imperative.

It wasn’t the only headwind the exchange faced in 2021. When the Brexit transition

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