ECB’s Holthausen on Euribor, fallbacks and Eonia’s end

QE wind-down could boost Euribor, but panel bank expansion is unlikely


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In a hotel conference room in Brussels in April, Jean-Paul Servais, the head of the Belgian securities regulator, had something to get off his chest. On a panel that was supposed to be about non-EU benchmarks, he instead gave a lengthy statement about his delight with the progress of Euribor’s reform and how he was likely to give it the green light for use under the region

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