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Showing 51 to 60 of 662 search results for LIBOR to alternative interest.

  1. About our data

    Last modified: 14/09/2021
    The FCA publishes a wide range of data. Find out about the types of data available and how often it is published.
  2. Consumers

    Consumers Last modified: 16/10/2021
    Consumers can find out about their rights with banking, insurance, mortgages and financial advice, and how to complain or avoid scams.
  3. LIBOR transition

    Markets Last modified: 29/09/2021
    Firms must act now and prepare for the end of LIBOR. Find out about initiatives and action we are taking to support the transition
  4. LIBOR resources

    Markets Published: 05/07/2021 Last modified: 29/09/2021
    All news, statements, speeches and publications on LIBOR
  5. FCA statement on LIBOR panels

    Statements Published: 24/11/2017 Last modified: 24/11/2017
    The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has confirmed that all 20 of the panel banks have agreed to support the LIBOR benchmark ensuring the sustainability of the rate until 2021.
  6. Announcements on the end of LIBOR

    Firms Markets Press Releases Published: 05/03/2021 Last modified: 05/03/2021
    The FCA has announced the dates that panel bank submissions for all LIBOR settings will cease, after which representative LIBOR rates will no longer be available.
  7. Markets

    Markets Last modified: 05/07/2021
    FCA Markets landing page.
  8. Benchmark enforcement

    Markets Published: 22/04/2016 Last modified: 13/09/2018
    We have taken action where we have seen evidence of attempted benchmark manipulation.
  9. AIFMD (UK)

    Focus areas Published: 08/06/2016 Last modified: 26/07/2021
    The AIFM Regulations provide a regulatory framework for AIFMs, including managers of hedge funds, private equity firms and investment trusts.
  10. Dear CEO letter: Firms’ preparations for transition from LIBOR to risk-free rates - banks [pdf]

    Correspondence Published: 19/09/2018
    The Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) and Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) are writing to the CEOs of large banks and insurance companies regarding the ongoing global benchmark reform effort mandated by the Financial Stability Board (FSB),