Libor

Libor Risk – Quarterly report Q1 2020

Regulators may have to accept Libor transition will be slower than they hoped. But the final framework may yet be more robust as a result. Knowing how rates perform in times of stress will be crucial to the success of benchmarks intended for real economy…

Operational uncertainty – An unavoidable challenge

The transition from Libor to a new risk-free rate has revealed a number of challenges for all financial markets participants – the nature and scope of what lies ahead is vast, impacting businesses, operations and support functions. KPMG‘s global Libor…

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