Libor leaders: EIB sees prizes and pitfalls in Libor reform

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EIB Group headquarters
Photo: EIB

This article is part of a Risk.net series on the practical aspects of Libor transition. Find the rest of the coverage here.

Plans to replace Libor are often framed as a way to end a sordid chapter in the history of the rates market: the burial of a tarnished benchmark and the industrial-scale cheating it allowed. 

But at the European Investment Bank, at least one person is hoping Libor’s demise can also be the start of a bright, new future. In this future, the arrival of a host of replacement

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