Corporates remain on swaps fallback sidelines analysis finds just 14 out of 100 large non-financial firms have signed up to Isda fallback protocol


Non-financial corporates have been slow to sign up to a Libor fallback protocol devised by the International Swaps and Derivatives Association, with just 14 out of 100 of the largest listed companies adopting the standard language to future-proof swaps contracts, according to research by

The analysis was conducted across the top 25 non-financial constituents by market capitalisation in four major stock market indexes. The data show six of the largest 25 corporates in both the S&P 500

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